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Nat  Knowles
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Nat Knowles

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Toronto, Ontario

High School:
Vaughan Road Academy

Height:
5-5

Position:
Alpine

Experience:
High School

Major:
Anthropology


2016:

  • Member of the Denver ski team which won its 23rd NCAA National Championship
  • Finished 16th overall in the giant slalom at Montana State Invitational
  • 19th overall in the women's giant slalom at the RMISA Qualifier
  • Finished 24th and 18th in the slalom/giant slalom at the CU Invitational
  • 23rd and 21st place finishes in the two women's slalom races at the New Mexico Invitational
2015:
  • Raced in five events.
  • Finished 12th in the slalom at the Colorado Invitational.
  • Took 13th place in the slalom at the Seawolf Invitational.
  • Earned a 14th place result in the giant slalom at the RMISA Championships.

2014:
  • Member of Denver ski team when it won its 22nd NCAA Championship.
  • Competed in 12 races for DU, earning three top-10 finishes.
  • Earned a season-best sixth-place finish in giant slalom at the RMISA Qualifier in Steamboat Springs, Colo.
2013:
  • Competed in 12 races.
  • Finished 10th in the giant slalom at the Utah Invitational.
  • Placed 11th and 22nd in two slalom races at the New Mexico Invitational.
  • Took 12th in the first RMISA Qualifier giant slalom race.
  • Finished 14th in the giant slalom at the Denver Invitational.
Before Denver:
  • Competed in the 2012 Junior Championships as a member of Team Canada.
  • Member of the Canadian Prospect Tean in 2012.
  • Raced three years on the Alpine Ontario Provincial Ski Team from 2009-11.
  • Skied at the Osler Bluff Ski Club.
Personal:
  • Born February 10, 1992 in Toronto, Ontario.
  • Daughter of George and Leigh.
  • Has one brother, Gordie.
  • Chose Denver for the mountains, the sunshine, the academics and the coaching staff.
  • Also recruited by Alaska-Anchorage, New Mexico and Vermont.
  • Volunteered at the Stop Community Food Center.
  • Enjoys playing piano and rollerblading.
  • Hopes to win a National Championship, qualify for the Canadian National Team and compete at both the World Cup and Olympic levels.
  • Anthropology major.

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