Christian Niccum - Doubles
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Jayson Terdiman
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Birthdate: January 27, 1978 (Age 36)
Height / Weight: 6'2", 190lbs
Hometown: Minneapolis, MN
Resides in Woodinville, WA
Christianbbj.blogspot.com

  • Fun Facts
  • When he got the bronze in Winterberg, Christian went 12 years between World Cup medals. This is an FIL record for number of years between medals.
  • Christian’s family blog is Christianbbj.blogspot.com
  • Christian enjoys his family time with his two brothers (Kevin & David) and two sisters (Holly & Heather)
  • Christian is married to Bobbie Jo and has a daughter Hayden Lulu
  • Christian started sliding in 1990 at the age 12
  • Best Ever Results
  • Finished 6th in team relay at the 2014 XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia
  • Silver Medalist in Team Relay World Cup, Winterberg, Germany
  • 2011-12 World Cup: Race #1: 6th
  • Christian slid to the 1995 Nations Cup Doubles’ Championship (w/McClain)
  • Christian slid to five World Cup doubles’ medals (w/McClain) three gold; one silver & one bronze in three seasons together (’96-’97, ’97-’98, ’98-’99)
  • Christian is a four-time consecutive Junior World Doubles Champion (w/Matt McClain) 1995-1996
  • Christian (with Dan Joye) are the 2009 Norton U.S. National Championship silver medalists
  • Christian (with Dan Joye) were 4th in the 2009-2010 season World Cup in Lillehammer, Norway
  • Christian (with Dan Joye) won the 2008 and 2010 Norton U.S. National Championships
  • Christian (with Dan Joye) finished 6th at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games
  • Personal Info
  • 2012-2013: Missed first 8 World Cup races while recovering from back and Achilles surgeries
  • 13-14 Season
  • Finished 6th in team relay at the 2014 XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia
  • Finished 11th at the 2014 XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia
  • 14th place in Sigulda, Latvia World Cup
  • 11th place in Altenberg, Germany World Cup
  • 9th place in Oberhof, Germany World Cup
  • Did not race in Koenigssee, Germany World Cup
  • Christian and Jayson advanced to the Sochi Olympics in a race-off against Jake Hyrns and Andrew Sherk
  • 11th in Park City, Utah World Cup
  • 12th place in Whistler World Cup
  • 16th place in Winterberg, Germany World Cup
  • 14th place in Igls, Austria World Cup
  • 12-13 Season
  • Missed all but 1 race recovering from Achilles surgery
  • 12th in Sochi Pre-Olympic World Cup
  • 11-12 Season
  • 9th in Koenigssee, Germany World Cup
  • 4th in Team Relay Sigulda, Latvia World Championship
  • 8th in Oberhof Germany World Cup
  • 6th in Team Relay Whislter, B.C., Canada World Cup
  • 5th in Team Relay Koenigssee, Germany World Cup
  • 6th in Igls, Austria World Cup
  • 6th in Team Relay Igls, Austria World Cup
  • 5th in Winterberg, Germany World Cup
  • 8th in Calgary, Canada World Cup
  • 6th in Winterberg, Germany World Cup
  • 7th in Sigulda, Latvia World Cup
  • 13th in Paramonovo, Russia World Cup
  • Christian had back surgery April 2012; Will return to action Jan. 2013
  • 10-11 Season
  • 11th in Cesana, Italy FIL World Championships
  • 8th in Koenigssee, Germany World Cup
  • 15th in Oberhof, Germany World Cup
  • 8th in Altenberg, Germany World Cup
  • Christian and Jayson: 5th in Igls, Austria; 3rd in Winterberg, Germany; 8th in Calgary, Canada; 6th in Park City, Utah
  • 09-10 Season
  • 2009-10 World Cup Results: DSQ, 12th, 9th, 4th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 5th (w/ Joye)
  • 2009-10 World Cup Overall Standing: 8th (w/ Joye)
  • 2010 Norton Doubles National Champion (w/ Joye)
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