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cheyenne brown



Hi, my name is Cheyenne Brown. I am 23 years old and from Donner Summit, California. I have been skiing since my mom could fit my foot into a ski boot but I have been racing since I was 14 years old. I currently ski for the Aspen Valley Ski Club and I am in pursuit of the US Ski Team. My goal is to represent the US Team on the women's speed circuit. I will be racing the FIS NorAm circuit and Europa Cup Circuit while also competing in the NCAA circuit. The 2021-2022 season was cut short for me due to a back injury sustained in a downhill race in Vail. However, I am coming back stronger than ever, fired up and ready to race this upcoming year. Career Highlights: 1st place two years in a row in Super G & Downhill at Schweitzer speed series Three top 10 results at Lake Louise NorAM Downhill Two top 15 results at Lake Louise Super G US Nationals at Sun Valley 9th place in Super G 2nd place at SYNC Cup in Steamboat 2021 Top 20 on NCAA standings in 2019 and top 30 in 2020 Competing at US Nationals 6 years in a row I am currently a Senior at Colorado Mountain College. I will graduate with my bachelor's in Leadership & Management this spring. All of my classes are online so I have been able to pursue my skiing dreams on the NCAA circuit and speed circuit for the last three years. I have many goals long-term and short term and I am willing and able to work as hard as I can for them till I achieve them. I am still in pursuit of my dream of making the US speed team and I am so thankful for my school and coaches supporting my goals every year. I hope to one day represent the US Ski Team on the speed world cup circuit. Currently what is holding me back from my ski racing dreams is funding, as I do pay for all of my ski racing on my own. During the summer I work 3 jobs: a coffee shop, gym, and nannying. During the summer I am juggling workouts and online school to try and stay ahead so I don't fall behind during the winter months. I am so grateful for any help I receive from anyone. Any donation, no matter how big or small can make a difference in a ski season for me and is greatly appreciated. Thank you for helping me achieve my dreams!

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