Ali Nullmeyer has had an incredible rise as part of the newest generation in Canadian women’s ski racing. Since joining the Canadian Alpine Ski Team in 2015, the Toronto, ON, native skied with the Green Mountain Valley Ski School in Vermont before moving to ski for Middlebury College in the NCAA.
Nullmeyer made her World Cup debut at the 2017 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in St. Moritz, SUI. After a double knee injury sidelined her for 11 months in 2018, she worked hard to return stronger than ever and enjoyed a breakout season in 2021-22, finishing 11th overall in the World Cup slalom standings with three Top 10 finishes, headlined by a 5th place slalom finish in Zagreb, Croatia. Nullmeyer made her Olympic debut at Beijing 2022, where she skied to a 21st-place finish in slalom.
The 25-year-old slalom specialist continued to develop in 2022-23, finishing in the Top 30 nine times while cracking the Top 15 on five occasions. She also finished 12th at the World Championships in Courchevel Meribel, FRA.
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