My name is Cheyenne Brown. I am 20 years old from Donner Summit, California. I grew up skiing all around Lake Tahoe chasing my brother down the slopes. Which is where my love for speed skiing started. The last few seasons I was racing the FIS/ NorAm circuit with the Squaw Valley Ski Team. I had a few successes with winning a Super- G and Downhill race in Schweitzer, Idaho, as well as a top 10 in Lake Louise, Canada. These results secured my spot into US Senior and Junior Nationals two seasons in a row. This season I am lucky enough to be on the NCAA D1 ski racing circuit. I currently ski race for the Colorado Mountain College in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. I am so thankful for this opportunity to be able to race the NCAA circuit and I hope by the end of my 4 years as a D1 athlete I am one of the best in the league. I have many goals long term and short term and I am willing and able to work as hard as I can for them till I achieve them. I am still in pursuit of my dream of making the US Ski Team and I am so thankful for my college supporting me and helping me towards this goal every day. I hope to one day represent the US Ski Team in the Olympics and on the speed world cup circuit.
Currently what is holding me back from my ski racing dreams is funding, as I do pay for all of my ski racing on my own. During the summer I work 3 jobs, juggle work outs and online school to try and stay ahead so I don't fall behind during the winter months. I am so grateful for any help I receive from anyone. Any donation, no matter how big or small can make the difference in a ski season for me and is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for helping me achieve my dreams!