Sarah Schleper de Gaxiola

Sarah Schleper de Gaxiola

2014-15 Mexican Ski Team

Four-Time Olympic Alpine Skier
FIS World  Cup Win
U.S. Ski Team member – Slalom and Giant Slalom Specialist

 

Sarah Schleper had a first career as member of the US Alpine Ski Team from 1995 to 2011. Her lone World Cup victory was at a slalom event in Switzerland in 2005. Schleper also competed in four Winter Olympics earning her best finish of tenth in the slalom event at Turin in 2006. Her best finish at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships was seventh in the slalom event in 2005. Schleper was named to the US team for the 2010 Winter Olympics and announced her retirement shortly before competing in her last world cup slalom on the 29th December 2011 in Lienz, Austria.

In her career spanning a total of 15 years, she took part in 186 World Cup races and achieved 4 podium finishes and one victory.

But Sarah is back for a second career racing for Mexico in the upcoming 2014-2015 Winter season! She will also be competing at the 2015 world alpine ski championships held in Vail, Colorado, USA…

 

1st Place FIS Slalom Monte, Spicco-Speikboden, Italy 2010
1st Place, Visa US Alpine Championships, Whiteface, NY 2009
5th Place, Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, Giant Slalom, Lienz, Austria 2009
24th Place, FIS World Cup, Giant Slalom 2009
2nd Place, National Championships, Slalom, 2009
1st Place, Nor-Am Cup, Giant Slalom 2009
1st Place, FIS Race, Giant Slalom 2009
2nd Place, US Nationals, Aleyeska AK, Slalom 2008
10th Place, Olympic Games in Torino, US Ski Team (A-Team) 2006
World Cup season, 7 top-10 finishes and 1 World Cup win 2004-5
World Cup season, 8 top-10 finishes and 1 podium 2003-4
18-time top-10 Alpine World Cup 2001-3

Four-time National Champion
Colorado Skiing Sportswoman of the Year 2002-3
Skiing Magazine’s Top 25 Skiers in North America 2001
Member of U.S. Ski Team at the Winter Olympic Games, Nagano 1998
World Juniors, Silver Medal, Slalom 1997

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