Nolan Kasper

October 16, 2017 1 Comment

East Coast Olympian and slalom specialist Nolan Kasper saw his first NorAm race during the 2007 season and quickly upgraded his starting status to the World Cup level in time for the 2010 Olympics. The confidence and experience proved to be a catalyst, as Kasper exploded during the 2011 season to win the Europa Cup slalom title and take his first World Cup podium.

After missing nearly all of the 2013 season due to an ACL/MCL injury, the eastern slalom rocket was back for 2014. It took Kasper a few races to find his stride, but his timing couldn’t have been more perfect. It was Kitzbheuel, the final race of the 2014 Olympic qualification period. He finished 18th and punched a ticket to Sochi, where he upgraded that result to 13th to be the top American slalom finisher at the Games.

More World Cup points in Kranjska Gora and a slew of solid FIS finishes in the spring makes Kasper one fired up guy for the 2015 World Championship year.



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Martha mangan
Martha mangan

May 14, 2018

Hi Nolan – Tricia’s mom here. I hope you have an awesome year. Update your bio so we know where you’re at! :)

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