Keely Kelleher -
As a Big Sky, Montana native, Keely Kelleher, established her obsession for the outdoors and skiing early. She started ski racing at five years old. Kelleher ski raced for twenty-two years, eight of which were on the U.S. Ski Team. Kelleher raced competitively on the prestigious World Cup speed circuit for four of those years, scoring regularly and winning the 2010 National Super G title.
Post retirement from the U.S. Ski Team, Keely’s enthusiasm and passion for skiing are stronger than ever. She is a two-time Big Mountain Skier X winner of the Rahlves Banzai tour. In 2011 Kelleher founded the first ski racing camp for girls in North America, Keely’s Ski Camp for Girls, based around the mission to coach, inspire and empower young girl’s through ski racing and free skiing. Kelleher was a featured athlete in the 2012 Warren Miller film’s Flow State and the 2013 film Ticket to Ride. She has been coaching skiing for ten years.
Outside of skiing you can find Keely enjoying the outdoors in her kayak, on her mountain bike, and atop her favorite mountains in Montana.
Chelsea, was a member of the US ski team for nine years. She is one of four kids in a family that has a deep-rooted history in skiing. Two of her older brothers were also members of the National team and her younger brother is still pursuing his passion for ski racing. Chelsea competed on the World cup level for several years, earning a couple top ten results in DH. She was a member of the 2010 Olympic Team, representing her country in the SG event in Whistler, BC.
After battling with injury the last three seasons, Chelsea looks forward to a different perspective of the sport. She hopes to share her passion of skiing and is excited to be coaching upcoming athletes this summer. Chelsea enjoys, mountain/road biking, hiking, being outside and seeking new adventures. She also has a passion for baking. In fact, she started a company, called Sister Sweet Tooth with her friend, Megan, and makes catered baked goods for weddings and events.
Megan competed in giant slalom and slalom in the 2010 Olympics and represented the United States at the alpine World Championships in 2009 and 2011. Most recently she competed in the giant slalom in the Sochi Olympics, 2014. Megan has seven North American Cup titles to her name including the overall title during the 2012/13 ski season.
Megan is currently a student at Westminster College in Salt Lake City and is pursuing a degree in business. Megan believes that ski racing should be fun and looks forward to sharing her passion for the sport with young female athletes! During her off time she enjoys relaxing in the kitchen while baking and watching movies.