Tommy Biesemeyer

U.S. Ski Team
Tags: Alpine Skiing
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In 2012, Tommy earned his first World Cup points with a 30th place in a super G in Crans-Montana, Switzerland. After missing the 2011 season with a torn ACL, Tommy spent the 2012 season working his way back into form.

Tommy was on track for a breakout 2014 season on the World Cup when a crash at the final downhill training run in Lake Louise on Nov. 29 resulted in a torn ACL and sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee. The injury left him sidelined for the entire Olympic season but he took the opportunity to make some progress toward a degree at the University of Vermont.

Now that he’s back on the World cup circuit, Tommy is gunning for the top.  He landed his best World Cup result to date in 2017, finishing 8th in the super G in Santa Caterina, Italy.  With success under his belt, Tommy has his eye on the speed events next year at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

Career Highlights

  • 8th, World Cup super G: Santa Caterina, 2017
  • 11th, World Cup super G: Beaver Creek 2015
  • 13th, World Championships super G: 2013
  • 10 Nor-Am podiums
  • Nor-Am overall and super combined Champion
: 2011
  • 3 Podium Finishes, US National Championships: 2011, 2012, 2013
  • Born: January 30, 1989
  • Resides: Keene, NY
  • Years on the U.S. Ski Team: 8
  • Ski Club: New York Ski Education Foundation
  • School: University of Vermont

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