As the youngest of four siblings, Eliza Outtrim had plenty of family to chase down the slopes of Mount Snow. When the freestyle program got off the ground at the Vermont resort, she and her brother signed up. After a breakthrough season in 2009, she hit the full World Cup Tour, where she kept charging. In 2010 she grabbed her first World Cup podium, a victory, at the last competition of the season in Sierra Nevada, Spain. Then she went on to earn two silver medals in both duals and singles moguls at U.S. Nationals. In the 2011 season, she finished ninth overall in the World Cup standings for the second year in a row and took her first national title in the duals competition. Outtrim turned it up another notch the next season, collecting a second career World Cup podium, four top-five finishes and nine top 10s. A silver medal in the dual moguls at U.S. Nationals brought her career medal count to four. Not surprisingly, 2013 was no different, as Outtrim earned four World Cup podiums and capped out the season ranked fourth. With her eye on the prize in 2014, Outtrim has proven to be one of the most consistent skiers on the U.S. Ski Team.
- 2014 World Cup, Val St. Come, Quebec, Canada - 7th
- 2014 World Cup, Lake Placid, N.Y. - 6th
- 2014 World Cup, Deer Valley, Utah - 4th
- 2013 National Championships, Heavenly, CA - 3rd
- 2013 World Cup, Are, Sweden - 2nd
- 2013 World Cup, Sochi, Russia - 2nd
Things To Know:
1. After nine years of living in Colorado, Outtrim finally picked up mountain biking.
2. One of the only women who performs the "D-Spin," a very difficult off-axis 720 aerial maneuver in moguls.
3. Enjoys eating sushi.