The ultimate curve of the female skiing athletes

Here are some beautiful female skiers with great curve. Let’s check out!

Kristi Leskinen

Kristi Leskinen was born on February 10, 1981 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. She is an American freestyle skier. At Winter X Games IX, Leskinen won a bronze medal in the women’s Superpipe.

Kristi Leskinen was the first woman to make a rodeo 720 two cycles to the top of the earth. She was voted by Faces magazine as one of the 20 greatest sports athletes today in the fall of 2005. She appeared on the cover of the annual Powder magazine in 2004.

Lara Gut

Lara Gut-Behrami was born on April 27, 1991 as a ski racer for the Swiss World Cup, competing in all subjects and specializing in speed events.

Born in Sorengo, Canton Ticino, Gut’s father, Pauli Gut, was Swiss from Airolo, and her mother, Gabriella Almici, a masseuse, was born in the Region, Bologna. Gut took part in her first FIS races at the age of 15 in December 2006.

At the 2007 Young World Championships in Austria, she won a silver prize at the downhill competition. That same year, she became the Swiss national champion, the second young champion of all time.

At the end of December 2007, Gut made her World Cup debut in a hailstorm in Lienz, Austria. In January 2008, at Caspoggio, she won four consecutive Europa Cup races. During her first World Cup downhill race on February 2, 2008, Gut won third place in St. Moritz. Besides, she is also known as one of the most beautiful and attractive athletes.

Clair Bidez

Clair Bidez is a former professional ski athlete and an American research analyst. Bidez began competing in ski competitions at the age of 10, after realizing that her brother, Dylan, had a lot of fun participating in the sport.

When she was 16, she ranked 5th at the US Open in Stratton Mountain and was asked to join the US ski team shortly after.

In 2006, she became the world champion Halfpipe in Vivaldi Park, South Korea. At Winter X Games XX, she ranked 4th in the Halfpipe competition. In the last Grand Prix of 2009 at Nui Dong, she suffered a broken heel injury in the final.

After recovering from her injury, Bidez made it to the finals in every Olympic qualifier and was included in the 2010 Sports Swimsuit Edition as a potential Olympian, but her persistent ankle injury ended her professional skiing career.