Peter Frenette was raised jumping on the 1980 Olympic venue in Lake Placid, and after a decade of jumping was selected for the 2010 Olympic team, wowing the world with a 11th place team finish. He then went on to take the 2011 and 2012 U.S. titles and then a sixth-place team finish at 2013 World Championships. He recently placed third at the Olympic qualifiers at Utah Olympic Park, so he is hungry to carve out a spot on the team for himself.
Frenette worked for years at Lake Placid with the legendary Larry Stone and the Lake Placid Ski Club. He's still a member with LPSC as well as with the New York Ski Education Foundation.
- Alaska Pacific University Nordic Center
- Years on Team: 4
- 2013 World Championships, 6th (team HS106), 50th (HS134)
- 2013 USSA National NH Championships, 4th
- 2012 FIS Junior World Ski Championships, 12th (team HS109), 20th (HS109)
- 2012 U.S. Championships, 1st place tie
- 2012 USSA National LH Championships, 1st
- 2011 World Championships, 35th (HS134)
- 2011 FIS Junior World Ski Championships, 27th (HS100)
- 2011 U.S. Champion
- 2010 Olympic Winter Games, 11th (team HS140), 32nd (HS140), 41st (HS106)
- 2010 FIS Junior World Ski Championships, 12th (HS106)