New Zealand’s Alice Robinson burst onto the World Cup scene in a big way during the 2018/19 season. Since her debut in January 2018, the giant slalom specialist has climbed her way through the world ranks: She walked away from Val di Fassa, Italy where she won New Zealand's first Alpine Ski Racing World Cup medal at 17 years old. At the World Championships in Are she earned her first top-20 finish. On top of that Robinson shined at World Cup Finals in Soldeu, Andorra, when she earned the silver medal in her first-ever podium performance.
The young Kiwi proved she has what it takes to compete alongside the world’s best. Now, Robinson has her sights set on the next step, beating the world’s best. After spending a few seasons training independently, she has joined forces with the International Ski Racing Academy to continue working her way up through the world ranks.
- Coronet Peak, New Zealand
- Alpine Ski Racing
2nd at the WC Finals, Soldeu (AND) 2019 at the age of only 17.
Junior World Champion in GS (2019) (first New Zealander to win a gold medal in the Junior World Championships history)
1st at the World Cup Opening in Sölden (AUT) 2019
1st at the World Cup GS in Kranjska Gora (SLO) 2020