A product of the renowned Waterville Valley Freestyle program, Allison Lee began skiing at the age of four. After a stint of alpine racing, she followed her brother on to the Okemo Freestyle team and didn’t look back.
Seven NorAm podiums, including one win, in the 2011 season earned her the overall title. After her World Cup debut in 2011, Lee got comfortable on the tour and notched five top-15 results, including a pair of ninth-place results.
The 2012-13 season was yet another strong year for Lee with a fifth-place finish in Bukovel, Ukraine, a 10th in Sochi, Russia, and a 15th at World Championships in Voss, Norway. Lee continued on the international circuit during the 2014 season and capped it off with a third-place finish at U.S. Championships.
Lee began skiing at the age of four at Smuggler's Notch in Vermont. Her family soon bought a condo at Okemo in Vermont, where she quickly joined the race team. Her brother was on the Freestyle Team and she soon followed in his footsteps. “The thrill I got from jumping was something I had never felt before. Soon after, I began competing in freestyle and the rest is history.”
OFF THE SNOW
Lee loves hanging out with her friends, riding her bike, doing yoga, going to the beach, and going to Red Sox games. She is also involved in the One Fund benefiting those affected by the Boston Marathon Bombings. She recently competed a century bike ride with all donations going back to One Fund.
- Waterville Valley Freestyle Team
- University of Vermont