Born in "Bean Town," Goldberg learned to ski at Killington, VT before his family moved to Utah when he was four. From then on it was all about free skiing at Snowbird. He made the Stifel U.S. Ski Team in 2011 and has since been a long-time staple of the men’s speed circuit. Goldberg’s breakout season was in 2014 when he was named to the Sochi Olympic team and secured some of his best results. In addition to making his first Olympic team, where he finished 11th in the alpine combined and 19th in giant slalom, Goldberg also notched solid World Cup numbers. Try 12th in the famed Lauberhorn downhill in Wengen and 11th in the Kitzbuehel combined.
Goldberg had his career best season in 2023 when he narrowly missed the podium in Kitzbühel snagging a fourth place in the famed downhill. Plus he had a solid downhill in Val Gardena, Italy notching a ninth place result. Goldberg skied to his best super-G result in Aspen with a 14th place.
When he is not skiing Goldberg can be found biking, surfing, and playing the ukulele and harmonica.
"You need to make sure skiing is your first love, then racing."
5 Things You Didn't Know About Jared Goldberg
- 1. Goldberg's breakout season was in 2014 when he managed to make his first Olympic Team and finish in 11th in alpine combined, as well as finish in 12th in downhill in Wengen and 11th in alpine combined in Kitzbuehel for the World Cup circuit.
- 2. Jared has a long-standing passion for skiing. He started when he was two years old and began racing at age six.
- 3. Jared got his start free skiing. "The racing was secondary until I turned about 10 or so then took it more seriously. I loved jumping off big cliffs so I would crave the feeling before and after a big huck."
- 4. Goldberg sings and plays multiple instruments, including the ukulele and harmonica, bikes, and surfs when he isn't on the slopes.
- 5. Jared's personal motto reads, "There's no bad days in ski boots."