Growing up in Wyoming, Anna Marno has her dad, a former coach and racer to thank for introducing her to the slopes at Snowy Range. It didn't take her long to get fast, and she qualified for U.S. Championships when she was a first-year J2. In 2009m she got an invite to the U.S. Development Team. She's now a World Cup regular.
Marno tasted World Cup points for the first time at Cortina d'Ampezzo in 2016 when she finished 30th and surprised everyone, including herself, by capping off the season with her first national title at Sun Valley, ID in super G, over teammate Laurenne Ross. Marno will look to carry that momentum over to the 2017 season and over to the World Cup circuit once again. Go Anna!
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