Olympic Hottie of the Day: Ryan St. Onge


He’ll be jumping 11th tomorrow night in the medal event for the final of Men’s Aerials, against Canadian Hotties Steve Omischl, Kyle Nissen, and Warren Shouldice. He’s a serious contender for the gold medal, since he won the gold medal in the men’s aerials event at the 2009 World Championships. I love his motto: “Go big, jump well and either win or get last.” He started skiing when he was 9 years old, and was influenced by his parents who were also into the sport. It was definitely a family affair – his brother used to be a US Ski Team member, so he wanted to do what his brother did. The whole fam would travel together on these ski competitions so it was a big part of his life. At his first Olympics in 2006 Turin, he finished 16th in the aerial events, whereas he has a good chance to medal at the Vancouver 2010 final even tomorrow night.

Here are some of his stats:

Height: 5′ 8″
Weight: 165 lbs)
Birthdate: February 7, 1983
Age: 27
Residence: Winterpark, USA

Some of his hobbies include mountain biking, scuba diving, sailing, traveling, rocketry and listening to books on tape.

Ryan St. Onge Training Video