Tina Weirather made her Olympic debut in Torino, Italy, all the way back in 2006, so she’s been around the block (or the World Cup circuit) a few times. Coming from the small country of Liechtenstein, she has used hard work and perseverance to propel herself to the top of the women’s alpine skiing rankings. Off the slopes, Weirather rides a motorcycle and likes to binge watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine. She’s the type of person people want to be friends with.

In this episode of The Inside Line, Gabbi Hall and Weirather discuss everything from her Olympic bronze medal to her growth as an athlete over the last few years, diving into her relationship with her legendarily successful mother Hanni Wenzel and more.

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Gabbi Hall
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- A California native, Gabbi moved to Vermont to ski on the NCAA circuit for St. Michael’s College, where she served as team captain and studied journalism. Before joining Ski Racing, she worked as a broadcast TV producer and social media manager in higher education. She can be reached via email at gabbi@skiracing.com
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