|Birth Day:||March 27, 1995|
|Birth Place:||New Haven, United States|
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In 2013 he was a Junior National Champion.
Mac began skiing before he reached the age of two years at Bromley Mountain in Vermont. Both his parents, Libby and David, as well as his older siblings, Lexi and Cody, were avid skiers. Originally from Madison, Connecticut, at age thirteen Mac moved to Lake Placid, New York, in 2008 to pursue his dream of becoming an Olympic skier. Two years later he moved across the country to Park City, Utah. He attended middle school in Connecticut and then did high school classes through an online program. His parents remained in Madison, so Mac moved to the Olympic Training Center by himself.
At age thirteen, Bohonnon was the youngest athlete to be selected by the U.S. Ski Team's Development Program. In 2012, Mac was named to the U.S. Ski Team. Bohonnon's first Olympic appearance was in Sochi 2014. He placed 5th in men's aerials. Mac considers one of his inspirations to be former U.S. Olympian Eric Bergoust, a 1998 gold medalist. Coincidentally, Bergoust coached Bohonnon for two and a half years at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY.
At age eighteen, Bohonnon participated in the Olympic Games for the first time. He was not even being considered for the Sochi Olympics until late January when he placed second at the Quebec world qualifying event. He was the first alternate on the U.S. Ski Team in a World Cup event in Val Saint-Côme, Quebec, and was called up to the event when a teammate was injured and could no longer compete. He was told he needed to be on a plane the next morning, and at one in the morning he booked his flight for 9 a.m. At the World Cup event Mac placed second, which put him in the running for Sochi. He was sitting in AP English class when he received word that he made the team. Mac was the only men's freestyle aerials competitor for the United States. On February 17, 2014, at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, in the men's freestyle aerials fourth-round qualifying finals Mac placed 5th with a score of 113.72, missing the medal round by one spot.
Mac was born in New Haven, Connecticut, and moved to Lake Placid, New York in 2008 to pursue skiing.
Currently, Mac Bohonnon is 27 years, 10 months and 3 days old. Mac Bohonnon will celebrate 28th birthday on a Monday 27th of March 2023. Below we countdown to Mac Bohonnon upcoming birthday.