Connor Hogan hails from Foxboro, MA and learned to ski at Bromley Mountain, VT at the age of 5. Connor, introduced to skiing by his ski instructor parents, quickly found his passion. He was introduced to ski racing at an adaptive clinic and Diana Golden race at Windham Mountain, NY when he was 7. Connor was born with cerebral palsy, due to a stroke before he was born, resulting in reduced range of motion on his right side. For several years, Connor raced Diana Golden races throughout the Northeast and began able-bodied races in Southern VT. Connor first trained at Bromley before moving to Stratton in 2013 as a member of Stratton’s Winter Sports Club.
Connor is fearless on the slopes, trains hard in the off-season while balancing schoolwork through DeVry University and odd jobs to help offset the tremendous costs of ski racing. Donations are used to offset expenses above and beyond what Team USA provides including equipment, maintenance and dryland training expenses. When he’s not skiing, Connor enjoys road cycling, mountain biking, hiking and spending time with his fiancée, Ashley, and their dogs.