March 13, 2013
Featured in Warren Miller’s Flow State, the 2010 World Cup Super G winner also founded the first North American ski racing camp for girls
Keely has had a love affair with going fast on her skis since before she can remember. She has spent 22 years ski racing, 8 of which were on the U.S. Ski Team. Specializing in the speed events, Keely raced competitively on the World Cup speed circuit scoring regularly and winning the 2010 National Super G title. In 2011 she founded the first ski racing camp for girls in North America, based around the mission to coach, inspire and empower girls through ski racing and big mountain skiing.
Recently, Keely has transitioned from ski racer to big mountain skier. Last year she was a featured athlete in Warren Miller’s 2012 Flow State. She is also involved with the Shelly Glover Sports Foundation and Climate Reality Project.
Keely’s sponsors: Tecnica (Inferno 130) boots & Blizzard Skis (Scout 185 or Dakota 177), Shred Optics, and Slytech Protection.
1. The mountain I learned to ski on was: Big Sky, Montana when I was 2 years old.
2. I can’t live without: Giving back
3. My favorite cuisine is: Biscuits and gravy
4. When I’m not skiing, you can find me: On the river in my kayak
5. My favorite movie of all time is without question: Rudy
6. Who/What inspires you? My family, friends and Daron Rahlves
- Bands: Trampled by Turtles, Of Monsters & Men, & Devil Makes Three
- Books: Unbroken by Laura Hildenbrand
- Vacation Spots: My backyard in Montana