Made her world cup debut at age 15 in 2011.
Finished in the top 15 in her first two NorAm Cup races.
Won her first U.S. slalom national championship at age 16.
Was named the 2012 World Cup Rookie of the Year.
Became the youngest U.S. woman to win an alpine world title.
Is the first American to win four world cup slaloms in a season.
Won three consecutive ESWA Golden Ski Awards from 2011-13.
Won a reindeer by winning slalom at the Levi World Cup in 2013.
Became the youngest slalom champion in Olympic history.
Was named one of ESPNW’s Impact 25 in 2014.
Earned two ESPY award nominations.
Was named Snow Queen at the Zagreb World Cup in 2015.
Won a second slalom world championship in 2015.
Reunited with Emma Lundell, a fan battling leukemia.
Won three consecutive world cup slalom season titles.
Honored with three Longines Rising Star awards (2013-2015).