Aubrie Mindock

Professional skier, author of "When I Saw Heaven" and "Back Up On Skis," Olympic hopeful

Star skier stops at nothing

Star skier Aubrie Mindock made an incredible comeback after a near fatal GS ski racing accident at Winter Park that left her with a massive brain injury, a fractured skull, a fractured neck, a broken arm and a fractured knee. With the injuries she sustained Aubrie was determined more than ever to get back up on skis. 

Shockingly, only 2 weeks after her accident Aubrie was back up on skis. With one arm in a full cast and pain that shot up her knee she fought through the gates and made the National team where she placed 5th. 

Aubrie Mindock will stop at nothing to achieve her goals of making the U.S. Olympic team and skiing all 14,000 foot mountains in her country. With her training schedule she is kept pretty busy but she says the work will be worth it in the end. The Colorado star has it made at home in her backyard to train and achieve her goals of becoming the first female skier to ski all 14ers. 

Will you stop at nothing to achieve your goals?

We will be posting all of Aubrie's travels and her journey to achieve both the Olympics and her extreme skiing of mountains. Stay tuned for more to come in October and November, when the season starts.