Tim Jitloff

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Tim Jitloff
Alpine skier
Tim Jitloff EC-GS Hinterstoder 20080111.jpg
Jitloff in January 2008
Disciplines Giant Slalom
Club Park City Ski Ed Foundation
Born (1985-01-11) January 11, 1985 (age 35)
Reno, Nevada, U.S.
Height5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
World Cup debutDecember 17, 2006
(age 21)
RetiredMarch 2018 (age 33)
Website timjitloff.com
Teams2 – (2014, 2018)
World Championships
Teams6 – (20072017)
World Cup
Seasons10 – (20092018)
Overall titles0 – (50th in 2014)
Discipline titles0 – (17th in GS, 2015)

Timothy Matthew 'Tim' Jitloff (born January 11, 1985) is a retired World Cup alpine ski racer from the United States. He specializes in giant slalom and competed in five World Championships and two Winter Olympics.


Born in Reno, Nevada, Jitloff was named to the U.S. Development Team with the 2005 season and moved from the 20s in 2004 NorAms into the teens and single-number results during Winter 2005 as he also saw his first racing in Europe. He has since been a member of the 2007 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Team. He made the US team for the 2010 Winter Olympics in late 2009 and competed in the giant slalom for the United States in the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Jitloff retired from international competition in March 2018. [1]

Career highlights

2005 – Sprint/Ski Racing Junior Skier of the Year. Also the combined gold medalist at the Junior World Championships.

2007 – NorAm giant slalom champion with two wins


2006 – An injured left ACL ended his season early

World Cup results

Season standings

Season Age Overall Slalom Giant
Super GDownhillCombined
2009 24754928
2010 2513648
2011 26993923
2012 277827
2013 288229
2014 29501819
2015 3060174836
2016 317625
2017 3210334
2018 339831

Top ten finishes

2009 12 Feb 2009 Flag of Italy.svg Sestriere, Italy Giant slalom 5th
2011 26 Feb 2011 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bansko, Bulgaria Super combined 8th
2012 6 Dec 2011 Flag of the United States.svg Beaver Creek, USAGiant slalom10th
2014 22 Dec 2013 Flag of Italy.svg Alta Badia, ItalyGiant slalom5th
8 Mar 2014 Flag of Slovenia.svg Kranjska Gora, SloveniaGiant slalom8th
2015 7 Dec 2014 Flag of the United States.svg Beaver Creek, USAGiant slalom9th
1 Mar 2015 Flag of Germany.svg Garmisch, GermanyGiant slalom10th
2016 20 Dec 2015 Flag of Italy.svg Alta Badia, ItalyGiant slalom7th
21 Dec 2015Parallel Giant slalom9th

World Championship results

  Year   Age  Slalom Giant
2007 22 25 18
2009 24 22 26
2011 26 14
2013 28 16
2015 30 9 17
2017 32 DNF1

Olympic results

  Year   Age  Slalom Giant
2014 29 15
2018 33 DNF1

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