Ski and Snowboard
- 2010 Olympic Winter Games - did not finish in women's super-G
- 2009: Worlds Team Member
- 2008: 8th in DH at Sestriere, ITA, World Cup
- 2008: NorAm downhill, super G, combined titles
- 2007: U.S. DH bronze medalist, 5th in combined
- 2007: NorAm super combined champion
- 3rd in 2007 NorAm overall, SG points, 4th in DH (1 win)
- 3rd in SG, 4th overall, 5th in 2005 NorAm DH points
- CO silver medalist at 2005 U.S. championships
- 5th in CO at 2005 Junior Worlds
- Four 2004 FIS-B wins in SL/GS/DH
BIOGRAPHYAll-rounder Chelsea Marshall followed her two older brothers, Cody and Jesse, into ski racing as a kid. A former swimmer, she's become a strong speed skier while maintaining much of her early gate-running talent, leading her to the 2007 NorAm super combined championship and a spot on the World Cup.
In what was to be her first full World Cup season, Marshall was slowed considerably with a back injury mid season that kept her out of the start gate at the 2009 World Championships despite qualifying and being named to the Team. She fought through it to score World Cup downhill points in both Tarvisio and Bansko following the World Champs, but never really got back to full speed. She finished out the season with FIS races on the East Coast and headed out to the U.S. Championships before taking a big step back to start the recovery process. One of the leaders in the next generation of U.S. Ski Team speed, the understated racer will definitely be firing on all cylinders when the women's speed season opens.
Older brothers Cody and Jesse, who eventually would make the U.S. Ski Team, too, gave Marshall the impetus to try ski racing. She was their shadow as a youngster at Vermont's sprawling (six peaks) Killington resort. "I followed them all around the mountain trying to keep up," she said. She swam in summer because her mother, Barb, coached a local team, but winter was for skiing. She enrolled just up the road at Green Mountain Valley School and was into Super Series racing with the 2002 season. Marshall raced in the 2005 and '06 Junior World Championships.
FIRST WORLD CUP
Dec. 3, 2006 at Lake Louise, ALB (44th in super G)
2009 - Named to team, but did not compete due to injury
2009 - A midseason back injury slowed Marshall considerably and kept her out of the start gate at the 2009 World Championships
Quiet, but wicked quick with the wit...Older brother, Cody, skis tech for the U.S. men's team and brother Jesse was a former racer...Younger brother, Tucker, naturally also skis...Avid baker and loves being outdoors...Ripping home hill of Killington whenever back East...Mastermind behind the U.S. women's team secret Santa program, including providing the holiday carols via Mac book.
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