Brodie Summers is an Australian freestyle skier who competes in the mogul skiing discipline. He was selected for his third Australian Olympic team for the Beijing 2022 Winter Games.

Brodie made his Olympic debut at the 2014 Sochi Games where he placed 13th after narrowly missing out on a spot in Final 2 by 0.1 of a point. Prior to his Olympic debut, Brodie placed seventh in Moguls and ninth in the dual moguls at the 2013 Ski World Championships in Voss, Norway.  
 
After being forced to sit out the 2014/15 season due to back injury Brodie returned to form in 2016/17 where he finished on the world cup podium for the time after claiming bronze in Deer Valley, USA in February 2017. Six weeks later he went one better, taking silver at the world cup event in Taiwoo, China. The two world cup finishes earned Summers eighth position on the overall world rankings leader board for 2016/17. 
 
Competing at the 2017 World Ski Championships in Spain, the NSW Institute of Sport athlete was just short of a top ten finish, placing 11th 
 
Brodie went on to qualify for his second Olympic Games at PyeongChang 2018. In the lead up he ruptured his ACL and undertook a relentless rehab program to give him the best chance at competing at a second Olympics. Unfortunately, in the final training session at PyeongChang, he flared up his knee injury and it was decided he would not line up for the event. 
 
After making a full recovery, Brodie returned to the slopes during the 2018/2019 season and has since gone on to win another world cup silver medal Idre Fjall, Sweden in December 2020. Multiple top 10 finishes across the 2020/21 season saw Brodie finish the season ranked fifth in the world.

Competing at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games, Brodie finished his second Games campaign with a top ten finish in the men’s moguls – ranking in tenth overall.

In February 2022, Brodie was elected to the Australian Olympic Committee’s (AOC) Athlete’s Commission.