Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Skier Quotes from famous authors such as Donald Trump, Jr., Hannah Kearney, Steve Largent, Bridgette Wilson, Jane Green. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I’ve always been the, ‘Sure, I’ll try that’ guy. I’m very adventurous and don’t have fears. I think I got that from my mother’s side because she was an Olympic skier. Jump off a mountain with a parachute? Sure. What could possibly go wrong?
I am a freestyle mogul skier who, on February 13, became the first American to win a gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
We’re not necessarily the ski boat, we’re the skier. There are countries like Japan and Korea and others who are the ski boat at this point, but we’re getting pulled right behind them.
I’ve only skied a couple of times in my life. Any skier would say I stink.
I am not a big skier, but I love apres-ski wear and imagine I would look great in an all-white, fur-trimmed ski suit.
It’s hard to give tips to skiers if I don’t know how they ski, but I think the most important thing in skiing is you have to be having fun. If you’re having fun, then everything else will come easy to you.
I was an expert skier who set his sights on going to the 1988 Olympics in Canada to represent Britain, and went from novice ramps to the 120-metre jump in five months. That’s possible only with utter focus.
It’s funny to have become an elegant skier now. But my drive is still the same.
Vail’s a very important place for me. Everyone kind of took me in and accepted me in that town, and they still have to this day. I wouldn’t be a downhill skier if I hadn’t been there.
You have to be a little crazy to be a downhill skier.
When I was 50 years old, I actually decided to draw up a list of half a dozen things that I really hadn’t done very well, and I was going to make efforts to improve. One of them was skiing, and I really did become a very much better skier.
There are many skiers who have chosen tele for a more compact, streamlined skiing system.
It isn’t something I expected to be good at, but I am an amazing skier.
Polls? Nah… they’re for strippers and cross country skiers.
We are a family of skiers, and great skiers.
Winning the overall is a dream I’ve had since being a young skier. It’s everyone’s dream.
I’d encourage anyone at any level to take lessons, as it really can turn you into a different kind of skier.
Skiers view snowboarders as a menace; snowboarders view skiers as Elmer Fudd.
I don’t think that one thing defines me, but I know that by coming out the way that I did, sort of almost pioneering it in action sports – to take that stand – that it’s always going to be a label that is stuck with me, and I know that I’ll always be the ‘gay skier,’ and it actually doesn’t bother me.
I’m not much of a water skier, my legs are too skinny for that, so I just try to tube and have fun, just ride.
As pro snowboarders, skiers, etc., we all know that what we do is risky.
I’m a black-diamond skier and can dance the whole night – if I find a good partner!
I always felt like I had something to prove, like I had to work twice as hard to make sure I got it. I knew I didn’t want to be a good skier. I wanted to be the best.
I’ve been a skier since I was 2 or 3, skiing with my dad in northern New York and Vermont.
I started from nothing in Lichtenstein. The country is so small, and the only ‘celebrity’ type people who are from there are skiers.
I guess I’m a semi-retired person. I work out of my house. I’m a skier in the winter – downhill and cross country. I have a place in Montana for the down-hilling.
I am a self-taught water skier and wind surfer.
I was a professional skier and it has always been in my blood to be active.
I’m a terrible skier and snowboarder but I still love it. But I also love lying around in the sun, eating good food and doing nothing.
My dad is a phenomenal skier.