Vermont native Allison Lee is a racer-turned-freestyler, and after the Waterville Valley Freestyle Team alum took the 2011 NorAm title, she's more than proven that the switch was a good one.
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Allison Lee Quick Facts
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Seven NorAm podiums including one win in the 2011 season earned her the overall title. She further demonstrated her talent with a fourth-place result at U.S. National Championships.
After her World Cup debut in 2011, Lee got comfortable on the World Cup tour last season notching five top-15 results including a pair of ninth-place results.
The most fun was being with my team. We are a close team and we all support each other. We have made so many memories this season. I learned a lot on and off the hill. I learned how to be a better competitor and really take everything in. I learned a lot about jumping. Being on World Cup for the beginning of the season was so awesome.
I’m looking forward to learning new jumps. My goals this year are to be on the full World Cup circuit and have some top results. I’m focusing on really getting my tricks dialed. Being a pre-Olympic year, I just want to jump the best I can, put down some great results, and stay healthy and strong.
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