Help Tahoe Ski Girls
Tahoe Ski Girl is a proud sponsor of the Northstar Teams and we also provide financial and apparel support to Tahoe Girls who race in the FIS World Cup. You can help Tahoe Girl skiers by buying their signature t-shirts. 100% of the profits from the sale of these t-shirts go directly back to the racer.
Nina O'Brien is a member of the US Ski Team and races on the FIS World Cup circuit. She will also represent the USA at the Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Nina had the best season of her career in 2020-21, grabbing a career-best ninth in slalom, and a top-10 in the giant slalom at World Championships. She ended up ranked 15th in giant slalom on the World Cup start list.
She has won seven national titles: super-g, slalom, alpine combined, parallel slalom (Waterville Valley, N.H., 2019), slalom, super-G (2018), and giant slalom (2015).
Tahoe Ski Girl worked with Nina to create a limited edition retro-style ski poster and two t-shirts and 100% of the profits from them go directly to Nina to help support her ski career. The first 100 buyers also get a card signed by Nina.
"Being a ski racer is my destiny: I was born in a snowstorm, started skiing when I was two, was racing by age six and was named to the U.S. Ski Team when I was sixteen years old. My dad, a former racer for Slovenia, was my coach as a junior on the Diamond Peak Ski Team at Lake Tahoe and is now my mentor on the world stage."
Lila is the reigning Women's US 2021 Giant Slalom and the Women's US 2021 Alpine Combined Champion. And she is one of the ORIGINAL Tahoe Ski Girls.
Tahoe Ski Girl worked with Lila to create a special signature
T-shirt and 100% of the profits from its sale go directly back to Lila. The first 100 buyers will also receive a card autographed by Lila.
From Truckee, California, Mo Lebel is a member of the US Ski Team and will compete in the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics in the Alpine speed events. Mo was the 2018 US Junior Downhill Champion and is known for her love of speed and her precision on thew course.
Tahoe Ski Girl worked with Mo to create a special Beijing 2022 t-shirt and a GO MO GO cap. 100% of the profits from sales of her apparel go directly to Mo.