Kevin Brochman skied in two Winter Olympics for the United States. He later became a renowned cross-country ski coach in Minnesota, coaching the 1998 Olympic team, the 2001 World Junior team, and in 1997 he was named the US Ski Team coach of the year. He co-runs the Brochman/Wilson Nordic Program. Brochman’s wife, Cindy, was also a top athlete, especially in endurance sports, competing in cross-country, marathons, snowshoeing, and triathlons, in addition to volleyball, but she sadly died from cancer in late 2009.
|1984 Winter||24||Sarajevo||Cross Country Skiing||Men's 30 kilometres||United States||USA||47|
|1988 Winter||28||Calgary||Cross Country Skiing||Men's 30 kilometres||United States||USA||56|
|1988 Winter||28||Calgary||Cross Country Skiing||Men's 50 kilometres||United States||USA||47|
|1984 Winter||24||Sarajevo||Cross Country Skiing||United States||Final Standings||47||1-39:24.6||23:57.6||45||48:33.1||43||1-14:02.3||47|
|1988 Winter||28||Calgary||Cross Country Skiing||United States||Final Standings||56||1-37:07.1||31:34.4||59||1-04:10.2||58|
|1988 Winter||28||Calgary||Cross Country Skiing||United States||Final Standings||47||2-19:45.5||39:21.1||49||1-08:36.6||47||1-49:49.8||48|