New Zealand skiing sensation Alice Robinson moved with her parents and two siblings from Australia to Queenstown, New Zealand, at the age of four. By the age of eight, she was already racing with the local Alpine Ski team at Coronet Peak. Despite being repeatedly told that she wouldn’t be able to make it in ski racing because she wasn’t from Europe or North America, in 2019 Alice Robinson became New Zealand’s first Junior World Champion, and just five days later, she scored a stunning second place and her first World Cup podium at the World Cup Finals. This was just the beginning for the young New Zealander as a mere six months later, at the season-opener in Soelden, she claimed the very top step of the podium, a feat she repeated once more in each of the following two seasons. It’s fair to say that at just 20 years old, Robinson has taken the World Cup Tour by storm and it will be exciting to see where her talent will take her in the years to come.