2013, 2010, 2009
Charlie Timmins competed in ski slopestyle from 2007 to 2011, placing 11th in the New Zealand Open in 2009 and 21st in the US Open in 2008. He then shifted his focus toward Freeride and Halfpipe skiing.
After the inclusion of Slopestyle for the Olympics he returned to this discipline but his return was cruelly hampered by a terrible run of injuries. A knee injury (torn ACL) ended his 2011 season and the same occurred in 2012. After returning for 2013, he managed a 41st in the Copper Mountain World Cup, before injuring his knee for a third time. He's now recovered from the injury and back in action as a 2013 World Heli Challenge competitor.