2018 Winter Olympics: 24 Coolest Alpine Skiing Women Posters
Are you a fan of alpine skiing and can’t wait for watching your favorite athletes competing at the 2018 Olympics? This kind of sports has been an event at the Winter Olympic Games since 1936 and, of course, the 2018 Games aren’t an exception. The female athletes from the competing countries will take part in 15 events, including downhill, slalom, giant slalom, Super-G and combined disciplines.
Each event has its favorites, but it’s still too early to predict the results. That’s why, let’s better get inspired by 24 coolest alpine skiing women posters PyeongChang 2018, which can become amazing wall decorations for real fans of this kind of sports.
- 1 Shiffrin Mikaela Posters
- 2 Vlhova Petra Posters
- 3 Hansdotter Frida Posters
- 4 Holdener Wendy Posters
- 5 Feierabend Denise Posters
- 6 Curtoni Irene Posters
- 7 Swenn-Larsson Anna Poster
- 8 Schild Bernadette Posters
- 9 Meillard Melanie Posters
- 10 Skjoeld Maren Posters
- 11 Ragnhild Mowinckel Posters
- 12 Federica Brignone Posters
- 13 Michelle Gisin Posters
- 14 Katharina Gallhuber Posters
- 15 Ester Ledecka Posters
- 16 Anna Veith Posters
- 17 Tina Weirather Posters
- 18 Sofia Goggia Posters
- 19 Lindsey Vonn Posters
- 20 Lara Gut Posters
- 21 Johanna Schnarf
- 22 Alice McKennis
- 23 Viktoria Rebensburg Posters
- 24 Marta Bassino
Mikaela Shiffrin is a real American idol. All the fans of skiing know her name. Being only 18 years and 345 days old, the ski racer won the slalom at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and became the youngest Olympic champion in this kind of sports.
Mikaela is a great role model for many of us. Besides being an Olympic champion, she is three times World Champion and the winner of four small Slalom Globes. Moreover, the athlete is the reigning Overall World Cup champion. And at 2018 Olympics, she added gold and silver medals to her collection.
Petra Vlhova is a Slovak alpine ski racer, who specializes in slalom and giant slalom. At the age of 20, she won her first World Cup in slalom. In addition, Petra is the winner of 2012 Winter Youth Olympics and 2014 Junior World Championships.
In 2014, she participated in Winter Olympics and she will try her luck again in 2018. But this girl is just at the start of her career and more victories are just the matter of time for the young Slovak athlete.
Frida Hansdotter is a ski racer from Sweden. She specializes in slalom. The athlete won her first World Cup in 2014 and in season 2015-2016, she gained the victory in the FIS Slalom Skiing World Cup. Frida is the bronze winner of the 2017 World Championships.
Hansdotter represented Sweden at the 2010, 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. In 2018 PyeongChang, she gained gold in slalom.
Wendy Holdener is an athlete from Switzerland, specializing in slalom, giant slalom and combined disciplines. Her first major achievement was the second place in slalom at 2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup.
Wendy is also the winner of the 2016 World Cup in parallel slalom and super combined disciplines and FIS World Ski Championships in alpine combined. She participated in the 2014 and 2018 Olympic Games. In 2018 PyeongChang, she won a silver medal in slalom and a bronze one in combined.
Swiss alpine skier, Denise Feierabend, competes in all the disciplines except giant slalom. In 2008, she became the Swiss Junior Champion in Slalom. And in 2009, she took part in the World Championship, where she occupied the sixth place.
Though getting an injury in 2012, the athlete continued her career in 2013, but making an accent on faster disciplines. Denise took part in 2014 Olympic Games and in 2016, she occupied the 6th place at the 2016 Lenzerheide World Cup. It seems that she is getting stronger and stronger with any competition.
Irene Curtoni is an alpine ski racer from Italy, specializing in giant slalom and slalom. At the moment, her major achievements are third places at the 2012 and 2018 World Cups in giant and parallel slalom.
Irene has been presented her country at four World Championships and is one of the most promising ski racers, according to the FIS ratings.
Swenn-Larsson Anna Poster
Anna Swenn-Larsson is an alpine skier from Sweden, who specializes in slalom. In 2010, she took part in her first world cup in Courchevel and took the 26th place in slalom. In 2011, she won her first silver medal at the Crans-Montana Alpine Junior World Ski Championship.
Anna represented Sweden at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and occupied 11th place in slalom. However, the same year, the ski racer became third in the World Cup race. In 2017, she became the winner of the Giant Slalom discipline at the Taernaby race.
Bernadette Schild is an Austrian ski racer, who specializes in slalom. In 2013, she gained her first international success by occupying the second place at the World Cup in Lenzerheide. She won the silver medal at the World Cup in 2018 and three bronze ones at the Cups in 2014 and 2017.
Bernadette took part in the 2014 Olympics. She was the fourth after the first run in slalom, but she didn’t complete the second one.
Melanie Meillard is a Swiss ski racer. She specializes in slalom, giant slalom, combined and Super-G disciplines. Meillard will make her Olympic debut at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games.
Though she is very young, the athlete has already managed to get a gold medal for slalom and the silver one for combined discipline at 2016 Youth Olympics. Moreover, Melanie earned a bronze medal at the World Junior Alpine Skiing Championships.
Maren Skjoeld is an alpine skier from Norway. Her first international success took place at the 2014 Junior World Championship, where she occupied the 11th place in the super combined discipline.
In 2015/16 season, she became the European Cup Overall Winner. In 2017, Maren also showed great results and climbed to the 15th place in the rating of the slalom skiers in the World Cup. Maren has never participated in the Olympic Games before and is going to make a debut in 2018.
Ragnhild Mowinckel is an alpine ski racer from Norway. She is 3-time gold, silver and bronze medalist of Junior World Championships. At the World Cup, she rose to the podium twice by gaining silver in giant slalom and bronze in super G.
Ragnhild competed at 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. She showed the best results in PyeongChang by winning silver medals in giant slalom and downhill.
Federica Brignone is an Italian alpine ski racer. She is a silver medalist in giant slalom of 2011 World Championships as well as a gold and silver medalist of Junior World Championships. In 2017, she was a silver medalist in the combined discipline at the World Cup. At the World Cup events, Federica won 7 times and was on the podium 23 times.
Brignone participated in 2010, 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. The latter was the most successful for her as the athlete won a bronze medal in giant slalom.
Michelle Gisin is a Swiss alpine ski racer. She is a silver medalist of 2017 World Championships in combined and 2013 Junior World Championships in slalom. Gisin was at the World Cup podiums 3 times, winning 2 silver and 1 bronze medals.
Michelle took part in 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. In 2018, she became a gold medalist in combined.
Katharina Gallhuber is an Austrian alpine ski racer. She is a silver medalist of 2016 Junior World Ski Championships in slalom. At the European Cup competitions, she earned 2 gold, 4 silver and 7 bronze medals.
At 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Katharina won bronze in slalom and silver in team event.
Ester Ledecka is an alpine skier and snowboarder from the Czech Republic. She is 2-time gold and silver medalist of the World Championships in snowboarding. In 2016, she won the season tittles in parallel and parallel giant slalom and in 2017, she defended her title in parallel snowboarding.
At 2018 Winter Olympics, Ledecka gained gold medals in super-G alpine skiing as well as in parallel giant slalom snowboarding. She became the first person to win 2 gold medals at the same Winter Olympics with two different types of equipment.
Anna Veith is an Austrian alpine ski racer. She was the overall World Cup champion in 2014 and 2015 and was on the third place in 2013. In total, she has 15 victories and 45 podiums in her World Cup career. Also, Anna is 3-time gold, silver and bronze medalist of the World Championships.
Veith competed at 2010, 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. In 2014, she won gold in super G and silver in giant slalom. In 2018, the athlete gained silver in super G.
Tina Weirather is an alpine ski racer from Liechtenstein. She is a silver medalist of 2017 World Championships as well as 2-time gold and 3-time silver medalist of Junior World Championships. In 2017, she gained the season World Cup title in super-G.
At 2018 Winter Olympics she gained her first medal, bronze in super-G though she also competed at 2006 and 2014 Olympics.
Sofia Goggia is an alpine ski racer from Italy. She is a bronze medalist of 2017 World Championships in giant slalom. In 2017, she finished third overall at the World Cup. In total, she has 4 wins and 20 podiums in her World Cup career.
Competing at 2018 Winter Olympics, Sofia became a gold medalist in downhill.
Lindsey Vonn is an American alpine ski racer. She is 2-time gold, 3-time silver and 2-time bronze medalist of the World Championships. In 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012 she won the overall World Cup titles. In total, she won 81 World Cup races and was on the podium 135 times.
Vonn competed at 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2018 Winter Olympics. In 2010, she gained gold in downhill and bronze in super-G. In 2018, she was a bronze medalist in downhill.
Lara Gut is a Swiss alpine skier, who specializes in downhill and super-G. She is 3-time silver and 2-time bronze medalist of the World Championships. In 2016, she won the overall World Cup title. At the World Cup events, Gut won 24 times and rose to the podium 45 times.
At 2014 Winter Olympics, Lara was a bronze medalist in downhill. At 2018 Games, she finished 4th in super-G.
Johanna Schnarf is an Italian alpine ski racer. At the World Cup, she won 2 silver medals in 2010 and 2018. At the European Cup, she won 1 gold and 4 silver medals.
Competing at 2010 and 2018 Winter Olympics, Johanna showed the best results in super-G by finishing 4th in Vancouver and 5th in PyeongChang.
Alice McKennis is an American alpine ski racer, specializing in downhill and super-G. In 2013, she finished first in downhill at the World Cup in St. Anton.
Participating in 2018 Winter Olympics, Alice showed the best result in downhill, finishing 5th.
Viktoria Rebensburg is an alpine ski racer from Germany. She is a silver medalist of 2015 World Championships in giant slalom. At the World Cup, she won giant slalom titles in 2011 and 2012. In 2016, she finished with the overall bronze medal.
Rebensburg took part in 2010, 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. In 2010, she was a gold medalist in giant slalom. In 2014, she gained a bronze medal and in 2018, Victoria finished 4th.
Marta Bassino is an Italian alpine ski racer. She is a gold medalist of 2014 Junior World Ski Championships in giant slalom. In her World Cup career, she was on the podiums 4 times, winning 1 silver and 3 bronze medals.
At 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Marta finished 5th in giant slalom and 10th in combined.
We hope that you have enjoyed our selection of 24 coolest alpine skiing women posters PyeongChang 2018. The prints with these girls aren’t just a cute decoration for a wall. They motivate and can push you forward to achieving the set goals not only in sports but also in other spheres.