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13 Hottest Female Skiers (2022 Updated)

Connor Sellers
Published by Connor Sellers
Last updated: September 30, 2022

A recent conversation with my colleagues at Total Shape, who are avid skiers, centered around how they stay fit during the off-season to be ready to hit the slopes the first chance they get.

The chat quickly shifted to how professional skiers stay in shape for their sport, and the discussion ended up in creating a comprehensive list of the most beautiful female athletes in the skiing world.

Read on to see who we thought deserves the spot on the list.

Hot Women of the Skiing World

This list contains a World Cup Champion, bronze medalist, podium finisher, and arguably some of the grittiest females in the history of sports.

Competing at the level that these women have takes unmeasurable mental and physical strength. Here’s our list.

13. Elyse Saugstad

Growing up surrounded by the mountains of Alaska, it is no wonder Elyse Saugstad is a freeride world champion. Saugstad won Freeskier’s “Skier of the Year” in 2018, a peer-voted honor.

Not only is Elyse a strikingly attractive woman with blonde hair and intense blue eyes, but she is also about as tough as they come, having survived an avalanche in 2012 by using her backpack [1].

12. Michelle Parker

Starting as a ski racer at a young age, petite blonde Michelle Parker soon realized her real passion was freeskiing.

Initially competing in slopestyle and halfpipe at the U.S. Open and X games, then once again shifted focus to the big mountain terrain.

When not competing, Parker has had several roles in ski films, been on the board of the High Fives Foundation, and helped launch a women’s avalanche safety clinic.

We love the tenacity of this petite 5’2” big mountain skier, so she was a must on the list.

11. Angel Collinson

Gritty, tenacious, beautiful, and one to tackle her fears head-on, Angel Collins left the big mountains that are so familiar to sail the Atlantic Ocean, despite her fear of water.

Transitioning from ski racing to big mountain competition proved successful as she won the overall all title on the Freeskiing World Tour in her first two years.

Collinson made ESPN’s “Top 50 Females in Action Sports” list in 2014 and became the first woman to win “Best Line” at the Powder Awards a couple of years later.

10. Jackie Paaso

Growing up skiing in Maine with dreams of winning an Olympic gold medal, Jackie Paaso found herself plagued with injuries as a mogul skier. Eventually, she shifted her focus to freeskiing and pursued the Freeride World Tour.

She is known for pushing the physical limits of her beautifully sculpted body, and a decade of competition on the Freeride World tour has solidified her as one of the best female skiers.

9. Arianna Tricomi

You could say skiing is in her blood, being the daughter of an Italian World Cup Ski Racer.

Tricomi raced until she was 16, but after losing a friend to an avalanche, she left racing for the less rigid rules of freeskiing, where she is the three-time Freeride World Tour Champion (2018-2020).

She is 5’5” and known for her hot Italian looks, charm, and personality and why she made it in our top ten.

8. Christina Lustenberger

This stunning female skier nicknamed “Lusti” grew up skiing the mountains of British Columbia. After focusing on Alpine ski racing, she eventually landed on the World Cup Circuit, where she has one top-ten finish.

Not only beautiful but loyal to her British Columbia roots, Christina Lustenberger preferred to be back home and became Association of Canadian Mountain Guides certified, a prestigious guiding certification.

“Lusti” took her attractive looks to the silver screen, debuting in Teton Gravity Research’s Winterland in 2019.

7. Jessica Diggins

As Jessica Diggins proves, you don’t have to scream down mountain faces to be hot. This beautiful skier got the first-ever Olympic gold medal for the United States in cross-country skiing for the women’s team sprint at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic games.

The year 2018 was big for Diggins because she also made ESPN’s Body Issue; we can see why with her breathtaking physique and blonde hair.

“I am perfectly imperfect and beautifully flawed. Love your body for the kick-ass things it can do, not for what it looks like.”

- Jessica Diggins, Professional Skier

6. Amie Engerbretson

Since first stepping on skis at Squaw Valley at ten months old, Amie has never looked back.

Great looking and stylish, she had a significant role in designing a Freeski outerwear kit by Spyder looks fantastic, showing it off.

Her “About” section on Facebook says it all: “Professional skier. Lover of cats, mountains, hair flips, and shenanigans… aspiring twerker.”

5. Kikkan Randall

A teammate to Jessica Diggins on the US National Team and fellow 2018 Winter Olympics gold medalist, Kikkan Randall has had great success as a cross-country skier.

The same year she and Diggin won Olympic gold, the ultimate high for an athlete, she received an ultimate low, a cancer diagnosis requiring aggressive treatment, which she seems to be fighting heroically and with success.

Her mental and physical strength and infectious smile got Randall near the top of our list.

4. Tatum Monod

If your idea of hot includes 5’7”, 135 pounds, grit, and perseverance, you will think Tatum Monod is really hot.

A horrific crash on an Alaskan mountain destroyed one of her knees, resulting in a year-long recovery that she faced head-on like a champ.

When not shredding the backcountry, this sweet-looking skier loves to bake, usually cupcakes.

3. Cassie Sharpe

Cassie Sharpe knows how to get medals. This 5’9” stunning blonde Canadian skier has had two gold medals in the Winter X Games since 2016, and when she hasn’t finished first, she earned her share of silver and bronze medals.

She gained more gold in the women’s halfpipe at the 2018 Winter Olympics and silver in 2022. Additional accolades include gold in World Cups held in France and New Zealand.

Sharpe is rightfully confident and known for her excellent attitude and style.

2. Maddie Bowman

Maddie Bowman was just 20 years old when freeskiing - halfpipe and slopestyle - was included in the Winter Olympics (Sochi, 2014).

This young, petite, 5’1”, ever-smiling skier won gold, but she won our hearts as well, so the silver on our list was also well-deserved.

Her resume is impressive, with top-five finishes at World Championships and FIS World Cup standings.

Over the last decade, she has earned silver and bronze medals and five gold medals at the Winter X games.

1. Kelly Sildaru

Sildaru is considered one of the greatest freestyle skiers and first hit the freestyle scene at age ten.

Known for her determination, she set a new high score record at the 2019 Winter X Games and won a gold in slopestyle.

She did not attend the 2018 Olympic games in Pyeongchang.

Still, there is no doubt a tenacious female skier will use her intense blue eyes to look beyond silver and bronze medals and be chasing after those gold medals in future Olympic games.

Who Is Your Favorite Female Skier?

This list is impressive; these beautiful and adventurous female skiers know how to shred mountains and keep their bodies extremely fit.

They clearly have established healthy diet and exercise habits, but it’s still very hard to reach that fat percentage even if you have those two pillars locked in.

If you want to look like them, I’d suggest trying out the top fat burners for women to make your fitness goals more attainable.

Many of our clients use fat burners to hit their fitness objectives faster, so make sure to check out the list of products we thoroughly tested ourselves.


References:

  1. https://www.bbc.com/travel/article/20140306-the-ski-gear-that-could-save-lives
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