In his first two senior Grand Prix events, the 19-year-old Brown surprised with fifth- and third-place finishes, respectively, earning the highest overall score of any American man in the 2013 season at the Trophee Eric Bompard in Paris. Brown is a two-time World Junior Championships medalist, capturing bronze in 2012 and silver in 2013. Most notably, the American finished second at the U.S. Championships in January, booking his place on the two-member men's singles team for the U.S. in Sochi with his "Riverdance" free skate that went viral.
- 2014 Sochi Olympics - Ninth
- 2014 U.S. Championships - Silver
- Trophee Eric Bompard - Bronze
- 2013 Junior World Championships - Silver
- 2013 U.S. Championships - Eighth
- 2012 Junior World Championships - Bronze
- 2011 Junior Grand Prix Final - Gold
Things to know:
1. His parents had Jason finish public high school in Chicago before pursuing figure skating full time, when he moved to Colorado Springs with his coach.
2. Before skating in singles, Brown competed for three years as a pairs skater.
3. Jason is the first American teenage man on Team USA since 1976 (David Santee and Terry Kubicka).