Lindsey Dehlin (Formerly Weier) Joins Atomic

FasterSkierOctober 22, 2007

Lindsey Dehlin is the youngest American skier to ever go to the Olympics. She has been a junior national champion, USSA Senior National Champion, NCAA National Champion, NCAA all American and Lindsey has represented the US at the Nordic World Championships and two Olympics. A Northern Michigan University Alumnus, Lindsey was part of the team that took first, second and third for all the women’s Nordic events at the 2007 NCAA Championships. She now resides in Marquette, MI with her husband Dan and is finishing her Bachelor’s degree from NMU. Lindsey switched to Atomic for this coming year.

Rick Halling: Hi Lindsey, how has your summer and fall been?

Lindsey Dehlin: Really great, my training has been going well. I spent two weeks in Park City with the US Ski Team working with Pat Casey and Matt Whitcomb. I had encouraging results with the treadmill and strength testing. The rest of the time I was in Marquette. I trained a lot with Lindsay Williams and the other girls from NMU. I am still training with the NMU team this fall. It’s been a lot of fun to still be able to train with them. It’s great to have them around to push me.