It would be an understatement to say that Jordan Kober comes from a freestyle skiing family. His father, Rob, was the head coach of the Canadian Mogul Team for over 15 years.
Jordan’s older brother, Josh, formerly competed on the NorAm circuit and younger sister, Chloe, formerly competed provincially for BC Freestyle. Not to be outdone, his mom, Tonya, would often be out with the kids on weekends while Rob was travelling across the world with the team.
Jordan grew up skiing at Apex Mountain Resort, which is known for its World Cup mogul course. Apex Mountain has a long history of mogul skiing success as it is also home to World Champion Kristi Richards and 2018 Olympian Andi Naude.
Jordan spent the beginning of his competitive career on the B.C. Mogul Team before being named onto the National Team in 2014. Jordan then made his first two FIS World Cup appearances the following season by competing twice on home soil in Val Saint-Côme and Calgary.