Weight: 160 lbs
Birthplace: San Jose, Calif.
School: Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy
- 2008: 8th U.S. Open
- 2008: 2nd in Minnesota Revolution Tour
- 2008: 2nd USASA Nationals
- 2008: 2nd Breckenridge Spring Massive slopestyle
- 2008: 8th in Bardonecchia World Cup HP
- 2007: 12th in Mt. Bachelor Grand Prix
- 14th at 2007 Lake Placid World Cup
- 1st at 2006 US Open Jr. JamTour
- 3rd at 2005 U.S. Open Junior Jam
Broc Waring caught on to snowboarding quickly thanks to some help from his skateboarding skills. Competing by the time he was 10 years old, Waring quickly pushed his way through the ranks to become a threat in both park and pipe when he competes. Toting nothing but the smoothest spins and most unique grabs, Waring wants to take his skills all the way to the Olympic stage.
2009 was a solid one for Waring who kicked off the season with a 12th-place World Cup result in New Zealand. But Waring truly shined throughout the season on the U.S. Snowboarding Revolution Tour as he took third in halfpipe and second in slopestyle at the Copper Mountain stop of the tour. He wrapped the Rev Tour season at Boreal in California where he was second in halfpipe.
He picked up snowboarding at age 7 while hanging at Northstar-at-Tahoe, but he didn't pick up the board again until the family moved to Colorado two years later. "Oh, and I had this K2 118 with an octopus on it, and clicker bindings." A couple of big results in 2007 and U.S. Snowboarding coaches gave him the green light to join the Rookie Team for 2008.
Constantly skating, watching every movie that comes out. Updating my iPod every day. Danny Kass is a huge inspiration to my riding because he's the "styliest snowboarder of all time." Eats at the Lark Burger and tries not to feed the leftovers to my pooch, "He's an English Mastiff named ‘Max' - he's huge. My sister named him after the dog in ‘The Grinch.'"