My 2018/19 season

My race season was extremely short this year, but we made tremendous progress in the time we had. I initially returned to snow in October 2018 for the first time since my injury (11 months off---
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Middlebury’s Ali Nullmeyer talks Winter Olympics after coming back from injury

The 23-year-old skier from Toronto tore her ACL and meniscus in both knees during the 2017-2018 season and is now ready to represent Canada in Beijing.

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Ali Nullmeyer ’23 pushes for Olympic roster spot with fifth-place finish in alpine ski World Cup

At the start of the winter, Ali Nullmeyer ’23 said she wanted to become a consistent competitor against the best skiers in the world. Her recent results have proved that she is. 

Nullmeyer had a---

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Winter Olympics Toronto fan guide: Skier Ali Nullmeyer

Slalom skier and hometown athlete Ali Nullmeyer got her start in the sport making the drive up to Georgian Peaks Ski Club in Collingwood as a youth. And look at her now, on the way to---

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Managing World Cup and college with Ali Nullmeyer

With the start of the college season approaching rapidly and a good chunk of World Cup races underway, the dynamic between college racing and World Cup racing is becoming especially pertinent. Have you ever wondered what---

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