Tim Jitloff earned a spot on the U.S. Development Team in 2005, the same year he captured a Junior World Championship title, and is now on the cusp of his first World Cup podium. After flashes of brilliance early in his career, “Jit” has continued to climb the ranks and has established himself as one of the top giant slalom skiers in the world.
Jitloff gains valuable experience with each World Cup start. With a successful equipment change last season he has set himself up to be consistently in the top ten in giant slalom.
- 7-Time National Champion
- Olympic Team Member: 2010, 2014
- 15th: Olympic giant slalom, Sochi, 2014
- World Cup: 16 Top-15 finishes
- World Championship Team: 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017
- 5th, World Cup giant slalom: Sestriere, 2009
- 5th, World Cup giant slalom: Alta Badia, 2013
- 7th, World Cup giant slalom: Alta Badia, 2015
- Height: 5’11”
- Born: January 11, 1985
- Birth Place: San Jose, CA
- Hometown: Reno, NV
- Ski Club: Park City Ski Education Foundation