Comeback And Round Two For Robert Whitney

FasterSkierAugust 18, 2004

Robert Whitney (24) was as a junior and young senior considered one of the most talented and promising young skiers since Bill Koch. Top-ten results at the Junior Worlds and top five at the US Senior Nationals had made him a skier that the US ski-community discussed as a bright hope in the years leading up to the 2002 Olympics. Things didn’t work out for Rob in the 2002 season. He didn’t make the Olympic team and retired to pursue other interest at age 22. He is now making a comeback to ski racing and is in this interview talking about why he retired, what he has done the last couple years and what he learned from the past:


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