Stacey Cook

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Stacey Cook
— Alpine skier —
Stacey Cook Altenmarkt-Zauchensee 2011.jpg
Cook in January 2011
Disciplines Downhill, Super G,
Giant Slalom, Combined
Club Mammoth Mountain
Ski Team
Born (1984-07-03) July 3, 1984 (age 30)
Truckee, California, U.S.
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
World Cup debut January 30, 2004 (age 19)
Website staceycook.net
Olympics
Teams 3 – (2006, 2010, 2014)
Medals 0
World Championships
Teams 4 – (200713)
Medals 0
World Cup
Seasons 10th – (200615)
Wins 0
Podiums 3 – (3 DH)
Overall titles 0 – (28th in 2014)
Discipline titles 0 – (4th in DH, 2013)

Stacey Janelle Cook[1] (born July 3, 1984) is a World Cup alpine ski racer from the United States, and specializes in the speed events.

Racing career[edit]

Born in Truckee, California, Cook started skiing at age 4 with her father at various Lake Tahoe ski areas and raced in the learn-to-race Buddy Werner League events run by the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District. She has competed in two Olympics and four World Championships. Cook made her first two World Cup podiums in late 2012 in consecutive downhills at Lake Louise, Canada.

Career highlights[edit]

  • 2005 – NorAm super G runner-up with two wins
  • 2006 – Competed in first Winter Olympics; 19th in downhill and 23rd in giant slalom.
    • U.S. super G champion
  • 2007 – competed in first World Championships, 16th in downhill.
  • 2009 – World Championships, 9th in downhill.
  • 2010 – Winter Olympics, 11th in downhill.
  • 2012 – Finished tenth in the World Cup downhill standings; five top-ten finishes in downhill
  • 2013 – Finished Fourth in the World Cup Downhill Standing

World Cup results[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Season  Age  Overall  Slalom  Giant
 Slalom 
Super G Downhill Combined
2006 21 54 41 51 25
2007 22 38 29 21 24
2008 23 48 54 21 39 23
2009 24 110 43 42
2010 25 56 49 17 39
2011 26 45 32 19 32
2012 27 41 41 10
2013 28 31 34 4
2014 29 28 15 18

Top ten finishes[edit]

  • 3 podiums – (3 DH)
Season Date Location Discipline Place
2006 2 Dec 2005 Lake Louise, Canada Downhill 10th
3 Dec 2005 Downhill 8th
2007 1 Dec 2006 Lake Louise, Canada Downhill 4th
3 Mar 2007 Tarvisio, Italy Super G 6th
2010 9 Jan 2010 Haus im Ennstal, Austria Downhill 9th
2011 26 Feb 2011 Åre, Sweden Downhill 5th
16 Mar 2011 Lenzerheide, Switzerland Downhill 9th
2012 3 Dec 2011 Lake Louise, Canada Downhill 9th
7 Jan 2012 Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria Downhill 8th
14 Jan 2012 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy Downhill 6th
4 Feb 2012 Garmisch, Germany Downhill 9th
18 Feb 2012 Sochi, Russia Downhill 9th
2013 30 Nov 2012 Lake Louise, Canada Downhill 2nd
1 Dec 2012 Downhill 2nd
14 Dec 2012 Val d'Isère, France Downhill 10th
2 Mar 2013 Garmisch, Germany Downhill 9th
2014 23 Jan 2014 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy Super G 9th
24 Jan 2014 Downhill 5th
25 Jan 2014 Downhill 5th
2015 5 Dec 2014 Lake Louise, Canada Downhill 9th
6 Dec 2014 Downhill 2nd

World Championship results[edit]

  Year    Age   Slalom  Giant
 Slalom 
Super-G Downhill Combined
2007 22 16
2009 24 22 9 16
2011 26 DNF 25
2013 28 6 18

Olympic results Olympic rings with white rims.svg[edit]

  Year    Age   Slalom  Giant
 Slalom 
Super-G Downhill Combined
2006 21 23 19
2010 25 11
2014 29 DNF 17 DNF1

Off the slopes[edit]

On July 13, 2010, Cook toured the oil-stained areas of Louisiana devastated by the BP Oil Spill as part of a Sierra Club-sponsored event involving 10 current and former athletes, which included NASCAR racer Leilani Munter, tennis star Chanda Rubin and NFL stars Ovie Mughelli and Mike Alstott[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ According to the State of California. California Birth Index, 1905–1995. At Ancestry.com and FamilyTreeLegends.com
  2. ^ "Cook joins athletes tour of Gulf Coast oil disaster". Ski Racing.com. July 15, 2010. 

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