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      Height
      5'4"
      Weight
      130
       

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      Jaelin Kauf has been making her way up the ranks in mogul skiing since her first FIS competitions in 2010. She won her first NorAm event in 2015 and, after winning U.S. Selections ahead of the 2016 season, Kauf moved up to the World Cup circuit. She did well in her first two World Cups, finishing in the top 20. Her break through came on home soil at Deer Valley Resort. After finishing sixth in the moguls competition, Kauf came out and captured her first career podium, a third place finish in dual moguls. It was only her fourth World Cup start. She closed out the 2016 season with a World Cup Rookie of the Year title and a silver medal at U.S. Championships. Her performances landed her a spot on the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team for 2016-17.

      FIRST TRACKS
      With two parents who were on the pro mogul tour, mogul skiing is in Kauf's blood. Her older brother loved skiing moguls, and she loved to do whatever he did. When her brother started competing, Kauf quickly followed in his tracks.

      OFF THE SNOW
      When she's not skiing, Kauf likes to go camping, hiking and biking.

       

      Highlights

      WORLD CUP
      3rd, DM, Deer Valley Resort, USA, 2016
      6th, MO, Deer Valley Resort, USA, 2016

      U.S. CHAMPIONSHIPS
      2nd, DM, Steamboat Springs, CO, 2016

      OTHER
      2016 FIS World Cup Rookie of the Year
      3rd, MO, 2015 FIS Junior World Ski Championships