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Northwesterner Jacqueline Wiles blasted onto the race scene early in the 2013 season in a big way. How big? She won the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championship downhill title at the U.S. Ski Team Speed Center at Copper Mountain. Now firmly on the U.S. Ski Team, she's looking to bump her fearless approach to skiing up to the World Cup level.

The U.S. downhill gold medal was just the start of what became a phenomenal season for Wiles, who would go on to win the NorAm super G title and finish second in both the NorAm downhill and overall standings. Additionally, she posted top 10s in both downhill and combined at the Junior World Championships and cracked the top 15 in super G. How'd she celebrate? She moved to Park City and took up residence at the Center of Excellence. 

Taking gold at U.S. Champs was such a crazy feeling. Copper is an amazing hill. I was lucky and fortunate to have been training there since early November. It's such a huge asset for U.S. athletes.

I love representing the Western Region. They've helped me so much with my career so far. The coaches are amazing and they've done so much to help me along. Hopefully this is the next step to racing World Cup.

A product entirely of the Pacific Northwest Ski Association, Wiles was on skis about the same time she started walking. From then on it was weekend trips to the mountain to learn all about what makes skiing fun with the White Pass Ski Club.

Life in the Northwest means riding all types of bikes. She’s been known to cruise around on road, mountain, and stationary bikes as well as motorcycles.



DH, Copper Mountain, CO, 2013

Two-time member of World Junior Championships Team (2012, 2013)
Top 10s in DH and Combined at 2013 World Juniors
2013 NorAm super G title
2013, second in both DH and overall NorAm standings