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Do yourself a favor and get to know the name Jason Brown, because this is definitely not the last time we'll be hearing from him!
The 19-year-old earned a spot on the U.S. Men's Figure Skating roster for the 2014 Winter Olympics this weekend at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Boston, and even though he came in second place it was his free skate (above) that really got people talking!
Jason right away proved that he's an absolute entertainer on the ice and won over the audience and judges with a rhythmic routine that involved a little riverdancing!
But if you think he's all flare, then you are dead wrong as he had some of the cleanest jumps you'll ever see! Seriously, the crowd was giving him a standing ovation before his routine was even done!
Jason definitely seemed like a long shot to make the olympic roster, but if he's able to repeat what he did in Boston this weekend, he'll have no problem competing for gold!
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