Good luck Chris.
Winter Olympics 2022 • 1st, AET, Zhangjiakou, CHN, 2022 • 6th, AE, Zhangjiakou, CHN, 2022
World Championships Teams: 2019, 2021 • Silver, Almaty, KAZ, 2021 • Bronze, AET, Almaty, KAZ, 2021
World Cup 1st, AE, Minsk, 2016 • 3rd, AE, Minsk, 2020 • 1st, AE, Almaty, 2020 • 2nd, AE, Moscow, 2021 • 2nd, AET, Ruka, 2021
US Championships 1st Freestyle Aerials US National Championship 2022 • 2021, Utah Olympic Park, Utah • 2019, Lake Placid, N.Y.
NorAm Cup 15 career podiums • Six career wins
Freestyle ski jumping champion Chris Lillis began his journey to the pinnacle of his sport with lessons at age five. At seven, he was accepted to New York’s renowned Bristol Mountain Freestyle Program. From early on, jumping was the discipline that excited and inspired Chris the most. He began competing in backflip events at age 10 and joined the Lake Placid Elite Aerial Development Program at 14. At 17, Chris became the youngest male World Cup gold medal winner in Freestyle Aerial skiing. Under his freestyle belt are a U.S. National Championship title, multiple World Cup medals, and a silver medal from the 2021 World Skiing Championships. Chris will compete in Men's Aerials and Team Aerials events at the 2022 Winter Olympics for Team USA.
The younger brother to world champion and Olympian freestyle skier Jon Lillis, Chris is also the son of Bernie Lillis, Vice President of Partnership Solutions at ResultsCX, and Jamie Lillis. Chris will be competing in honor of his younger brother Michael, who passed away in 2017.
“I am so proud to be sponsored by ResultsCX,” said Lillis. “Much like Olympic athletes have to deliver at a level of excellence that stands out to the judges, ResultsCX holds itself to an elite standard of customer care on behalf of its clients.”Read More