|Born||1 October 1992|
|World Cup career|
Zogg competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics for Switzerland. She was 3rd in the qualifying run of the parallel giant slalom, but lost in the 1/8 finals to Canada's Ariane Lavigne, finishing 9th. In the parallel slalom, she qualified 4th, then beat Japan's Tomoka Takeuchi, but was disqualified in the quarterfinals against the eventual champion, Austria's Julia Dujmovits, ending up 7th.
Zogg made her World Cup debut in December 2007. As of September 2014, she has four podium finishes, with her best a silver medal in a parallel slalom at Bad Gastein in 2011–12. Her best overall finish is 6th, in 2011–12.
World Cup Podiums
|15 January 2012||Bad Gastein||Parallel slalom|
|22 February 2012||Stoneham||Parallel giant slalom|
|3 March 2012||Moscow||Parallel slalom|
|10 March 2012||La Molina||Parallel giant slalom|
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