Ali Nullmeyer is a name you have probably already heard, and one you are likely to hear more and more in the future. After graduating from Green Mountain Valley School in 2016, Nullmeyer spent a season training and racing with the Canadian Development team. In the fall of 2017 she was slotted to start her first World Cup in Soelden, Austria.
Unfortunately, two days before the season opener Ali Nullmeyer sustained a double knee injury, sidelining her for the rest of the season. She spent three years recovering, returning to competition, and reclaiming her peak athletic potential. Her path ultimately led her to Middlebury College where she spends half her time racing on the white circus and the other half competing and studying with the Panthers.
On the episode of World Cup Athletes of the NCAA we follow Nullmeyer as she prepared for EISA regionals on her new home hill, the Middlebury Snow Bowl, while also discussing what it is like to be splitting her time between traveling with the Canadian National Team, and racing closer to home.