Tasia Tanner is a skier from Salt Lake City, Utah.
She grew up skiing with Rowmark Ski Academy at age seven, then moved onto the Park City Ski & Snowboard Team prior to joining the U.S. team. Tasia learned to ski at two years old and has focused on it ever since.
At 12 years old, she fell in love with freestyle skiing when she tried water ramps at the Utah Olympic Park.
Before moving on to aerial skiing, she was a competitive big mountain and big air skier. Now, she has competed on World Cup, with four top-30 results and eight NorAm Cup top-3s.
"Effort beats talent when talent doesnt put in the effort"
4 Things You Didn't Know About Tasia Tanner
- 1. Tasia learned to ski when she was two years old and started ski racing with Rowmark Academy when she was seven
- 2. She trained and competed in gymnastics for four years.
- 3. When Tasia was 12 she tried out water ramping on the brand new water ramps at the Utah Olympic Park with Fly Freestyle and fell in love with it
- 4. Before deciding to specialize in aerial skiing, Tasia compete in Big Mountain and Big Air as well