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Novie McCabe

2020 Junior World Championship Team Relay Silver Medalist
  • Hometown
    Winthrop, Wash.
  • Team
    2022 U.S. Olympic Cross Country Team , Cross Country B
  • Years on Team
    5 (since 2020)
  • Born
    12/15/2001
  • Club(s)
    Methow Valley Nordic Team
  • School:
    University of Utah
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BIO

Novie McCabe, a three-time NCAA Champion and 2022 Winter Olympian found her passion for skiing at a very young age. Since then, she has excelled in the sport and is racing at the highest level.

On the college circuit, Novie notably swept the 2023 NCAA Championships in Lake Placid, NY winning both classic and skate races. This impressive achievement among others led her to compete in the 2022 Olympics where she placed in the top ten in the 4x5k relay. 

On the World Cup circuit, Novie is consistently in the mix, securing several top-30 results. Her best World Cup individual result goes back to the 2022 Tour de Ski in the final race - the Hill Climb. Known as one, if not the, hardest race on the Tour, Novie crossed the line in seventh. 

Skiing runs in Novie’s family, as her mom was also a professional skier giving her a greater passion for the sport. When Novie is not competing, she can be found camping, backpacking, or trying new Trader Joe’s snacks.

"My goals for the upcoming season are to race my first World Cup, place top five at U23s, and win the NCAA Championship!"

4 Things You Didn't Know About Novie Mccabe

  • 1. Novie's favorite movie is The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
  • 2. When she is off snow she can be found camping, backpacking and trying new Trader Joe's snacks.
  • 3. Novie's mom was a professional skier and got her started in the sport when she was very young.
  • 4. Novie is a three-time NCAA Champion, sweeping the 2023 NCAA Championships in Lake Placid, NY winning both classic and skate races.

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