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Rowmark Academy grad Breezy Johnson moved up to A Team this season after bursting onto the World Cup scene in a big way during the 2016-17 season, where she finished 18th in the Audi FIS Ski World Cup downhill standings and 36th in super-G. She started the season with a bang, finishing in 11th place in the first downhill at Lake Louise and never looking back. A 10th place finish at Cortina in downhill qualified Breezy to go to the World Alpine Ski Championships in St. Moritz. As the youngest member of the U.S. squad there, she raced to a 15th place in downhill and 28th in super-G.
Johnson qualified for her first Olympic team and grabbed a solid 14th place result in super-G and a seventh in the downhill. An incredible result for the first time Olympian. Keep an eye on this one...the future looks bright for Breezy!
Breezy first strapped on skis to ski down her driveway at age 3 and hasn’t slowed down since. Her father was her first coach when she started competing in club races for the Kelly Canyon Ski Team while she was still in kindergarten. A few years later, she joined the Jackson Hole Ski Club, splitting her time between training under the lights of Snow King during the week and ripping up the black runs at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort on the weekend. When Breezy was 13 she moved to Rowmark Ski Academy to further pursue her dreams of ski racing while maintaining a school-ski balance.
OFF THE SNOW
Breezy enjoys pretty much anything athletic although she admits that her coordination is pretty abysmal. In summer if she’s not doing flips on her parent’s trampoline in Victor, Idaho, she might out running on the trails with her dog or slacklining in the woods. “With the Tetons in your backyard it’s hard not to be outside,” she says. She also enjoys curling up with one of her cats and a book, cooking delicious food, or gardening.