@Jul6785

Career Highlights:

6th
- SL, Aspen Highlands USA, 2020

6th
- DH, Aspen Highlands USA, 2020

6th
- SG, Aspen Highlands USA, 2020

7th
- DH, Aspen Highlands USA, 2020

9th
- SL, Mt. La Crosse USA, 2020

13th
- SL, Aspen Highlands USA, 2020

Qualification
- US FIS Nationals as first year FIS, 2020

22nd
- SG, US FIS Nationals, Snowbasin, USA, 2020

31st
- GS, US FIS Nationals, Snowbasin, USA, 2020

39th
- SL, US FIS Nationals, Snowbasin, USA, 2020

Qualification
- US Nationals as an U16, 2018 & 2019

2nd
- DH, U16 Championships Winter Park, USA, 2018

6th
- SG, U16 Championships, Winter Park, USA, 2018

Julia was first exposed to skiing when her family was relocated from Texas to Wisconsin. Figuring out what to do in this new town her parents decided to let her try skiing. They came to pick her up from her first ski lesson to see her skiing backwards down the bunny hill as the instructors do. She joined the Tyrol ski team for the last half of the year and really enjoyed it. In her second year she didn’t miss a single practice despite the temperatures being -48 degrees Celsius all season. During her third season she joined Mad Alpine which moved her days on snow from 2 to 3 days a week, where she continued to attend every single practice. 

Julia’s family moved out to Colorado when she was 12 as a first year U14. She joined the Loveland Ski Academy, skiing more days on snow her first season with Loveland than she had in her entire life. From then on her love for skiing has driven her commitment to being the best athlete she possibly can. Covid-19 cut her first year FIS short but she is working hard in the gym and eager get back to racing for the 2020/2021 season. 

 

 

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