Moguls skier Brodie Summers secured his place on the 2014 Australian Olympic Team when he produced two strong World Cup results just prior to the Sochi Games. An 18th place finish in Lake Placid and 12th place in Val St. Come snared the 20-year-old his first Olympic berth- and he made it count.
Summers qualified best of the three Australians for Final 1, but then missed out on a spot in Final 2 by 0.1 of a point. Needing a top-12 finish to progress, Summers finished his Olympic campaign 13th.
A strong 2016/2017 World Cup season saw Summers finish the season in eighth place on the overall world rankings leader board after two podium finishes. Summers won silver at the World Cup in Thaiwoo and bronze in the dual moguls event in Deer Valley in February. He finished 11th at the 2017 Sierra Nevada World Championships in March.