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Luke Winters headshot image

Luke Winters
2019 Slalom and Alpine Combined National Champion

Gresham, Ore.
Gresham, Ore.
2020 U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team , Alpine B

This 2018 World Junior Championships super-G bronze medalist was born and raised in Oregon with a twin brother, two sisters, and two awesome parents.

Winters' parents had never been out of the country or east of Colorado until last year, and don't have much of a skiing background. He's kind to the core and extremely thankful his dad encouraged he and his brother to "get involved in this crazy sport" and he's excited to see where it takes him. 

In 2018, Winters and teammate River Radamus double podiumed at World Junior Championships in Davos, Switzerland, and the momentum just kept on rolling from there. A solid and consistent four top-15 results at U.S. Alpine Championships in Sun Valley, Idaho, including a second place behind teammate Ryan Cochran-Siegle in the alpine combined.

In 2019, Winters grabbed his first national championship title, landing on the top of the podium in alpine combined at Sugarloaf, Maine, and then backed it up with a slalom title at U.S. Alpine Championships in Waterville Valley, N.H.

Team Info

  • Sugar Bowl Academy
  • Mt. Hood Race Team and Academy
  • Years on Team: 1
  • Years on Team: 2


U.S. Alpine Championships
1st, SL, Waterville Valley, N.H., 2019
1st, AC, Sugarloaf, Maine, 2019
2nd, AC, Sun Valley, Idaho, 2018
6th, GS, Waterville Valley, N.H., 2019
6th GS, Sun Valley, Idaho, 2018
7th, SL, Sun Valley, Idaho, 2018
14th, SG, Sun Valley, Idaho, 2018

Teams: 2018
3rd, SG, Davos, SUI, 2018
9th, DH, Davos, SUI, 2018
22nd, AC, Davos, SUI, 2018