Name: Eva Weymuller
Classification: Youth Team
Height: 5-10
Weight: 145 lbs.
DOB: 3/1/2003
Birthplace: Brewster, Wash.
Hometown: Winthrop, Wash.
High School: Laurel Springs Private Online School
Team/Club: Methow Valley Biathlon/Nordic
World Championship Experience
  • 2020 IBU Youth/Junior World Championships (Lenzerheide, Switzerland) - 86th in youth individual; 17th in youth relay; 81st in youth sprint
Other Career Highlights
  • Competed at the Liatoppen Skiskytter Festival in Norway 2019 Top 30 results
  • Competed at 2018-19 and the 2017-2018 Junior National Championships for Cross-Country Skiing.
  • Competed at US Biathlon Championships 2019. 1st place for the Youth Women in the pursuit. 5th in the sprint and 10th in the sprint.
  • 12/2/18 – Canmore, AB Canada, NorAm/Calforex Cup #1, 6.25 km pursuit: 5th
  • 12/1/18 – Canmore, AB Canada, NorAm/Calforex Cup #1, 6 km sprint: 4th
  • -State Championships at Squilchuck, Washington Student Cycling League, race #4 intermediate category: 1st
  • -Bellingham WA, Ski to Sea (8 leg relay, Name: Baker Babes, High School Division): I placed 5th Women's Division, 3rd HS Division for my leg of the race; Baker Babes: 1st HS Division, 24th Overall (out of 300+ teams).
  • -Methow Valley, WA, Ski to Sun Marathon 42 km: 10th overall Women's division
  • -Birkebeinerrennet 2018
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When I'm not training you can find me... Painting anything/everything, baking sourdough bread, running, biking, hiking, DH/backcountry skiing, swimming, sewing, drawing, eating chocolate, exploring the great outdoors, pushing the limits of comfortable fashion, drinking tea, dancing, sleeping, or contemplating life! On any given day I will likely have any or all of these necessities on my person: tea, glitter, snacks, some sort of leftovers from a trip such as spare rounds, half eaten bars/gels, my start/zero time written on my hand, or unpredictable bursts of excitement and joy- often conveyed by random bouncing around, goofy dancing, or seemingly non contextual questions.

Eva Weymuller is the daughter to E.A. and Rachelle, the younger sister to Hannah Weymuller of Winthrop, Washington. 

 

She began skiing early and when old enough and joined the Methow Valley Nordic ski Team and the Loup Loup Alpine Team enjoying both and racing Alpine until she was about 12 when she aged out of her local alpine program. At that point Eva switched to compete in Nordic. She was first introduced to Biathlon at the age of seven while living in Chamonix France with her family for a season. It wasn't until she was 13 (2016) when she tried Biathlon again and her first competition was at the impressive Whistler, BC Olympic venue in the Callahan Valley a year later in 2017. 

 

Blog: https://evaweymuller.blog/