Audrey was born in small town Wisconsin and grew up skiing on a 196 vertical foot hill with her family. Crowley was born without a fully developed right arm, but that hasn’t stopped her from being competitive both in adaptive and able-bodied races across the country. She was named the Vail Ski & Snowboard Academy Athlete of the Year in 2019. Her proudest accomplishments include her perfect U10 season, winning U.S. Para National Championships in 2021, and winning super-G Nationals in 2023.
Audrey loves animals and currently works with Mountain Valley Horse Rescue. She tries to get outside as much as she can and spend time with her family and friends. Crowley’s motto is “I just never thought I couldn’t” - Lighting McQueen, Cars 3, 2017
"I think my dream in racing is to win a globe. But my dream in the whole sport of skiing is to just have fun doing it for as long as I can."
3 Things You Didn't Know About Audrey Crowley
- 1. Audrey listened to over 55,000 minutes of Taylor Swift last year
- 2. She was named the Vail Ski & Snowboard Academy Athlete of the Year in 2019
- 3. Audrey became the US Para National Champion at just 14 years old