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Watch: Finn Bilous, Growing Pains

 

Some people choose skiing. But, in Finn Bilous’ case, it seems more like skiing
chose him.

Finn was born and raised in New Zealand’s Southern Alps, with a heli-ski
guide/avalanche safety instructor for a father. His mother is a passionate skier and his
older brother is as talented as they come 

 

    

Nothing like a sibling rivalry to fuel a career.
So, really, it should come as no surprise to learn that Finn has spent a good chunk of his
life standing on a podium. In 2016, at the age of 16, Finn brought home two gold medals
at the Youth Olympics Games. In 2018, Finn competed in the Olympic Games in South
Korea and he just keeps getting better and better.
When he’s not on skis, you can find Finn on a surfboard. Or on a mountain bike. Or
running a marathon. Or doing anything and everything that involves the outdoors and an
accelerated heart rate.

    

Finn Bilous: Growing Pains
Try. Learn. Grow. This is a simple, but proven, formula for success. And it definitely
worked for New Zealand skier Finn Billous.
The 20-year-old has been making a big name for himself in the last few years, but this
edit feels like a whole new level. It’s got a little bit of everything, with bangers all over the
place. Slopestyle. Big air. Half pipe. Free ride. As Finn puts it, “I hope its showcases my
versatility as a rider.”
The name? Growing Pains. Though, based on the conditions he scored and the tricks
he’s nailing, it doesn’t look all that painful to us.