Jordan fell in love with climbing the very first time he hopped on a wall in 2011. One year later he began competing in the USA Climbing youth circuit. With an insatiable desire to climb stronger, Jordan joined Team ABC in 2015, and it was there that he deepened his passion for competitive climbing.
In 2017, Jordan won his first national championship. That same year he attended his first Youth World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria, placing 5th in Speed. One month later Jordan earned a gold medal, and the title of Youth Pan-American Speed Climbing Champion in Montreal, Canada.
2018 has brought Jordan continued success. He competed in his first Open Sport & Speed National Championship, placing 2nd in Speed. Jordan again placed 1st at the 2018 USA Climbing Youth National Championships. These wins earned him spots on both the Youth and Adult US Climbing Teams. At the 2018 IFSC Youth World Championships in Moscow, Russia, Jordan placed 2nd in Speed becoming the MYA Vice World Champion and at the 2018 IFSC World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria, Jordan was the youngest competitor and finished 12th in the world.
Jordan thoroughly enjoys climbing and competing in all 3 disciplines. He will continue to compete in both the youth and adult climbing circuits nationally and internationally as a member of Team ABC and Team USA.