A former alpine ski racer, Julia Mancuso had won an Olympic gold for the United States at the 2006 Winter Games in Turin. In the years afterward, she also medalled at the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics. Earlier this year, it was announced that she would be retiring from competition. Want to learn more about the former Olympian? If so, stay with us- we’ve got more facts on the 33-year-old down below.
Julia Mancuso Personal Facts – 2018 Update
Julia Marie Mancuso
Alpine Ski Racer
In terms of achievements, Julia Mancuso is perhaps best known for her Giant Slalom win at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin. In addition to that, she has also won two silver medals, and a bronze medal at the 2010 and 2014 Winter Games respectively.
Age – How Old is She?
She is 33 years old
Birthday/Date of Birth
Her birthday is on March 9, 1984
Place of Birth/Hometown
Julia Mancuso was born in Reno, Nevada, where she took up skiing at a young age.
She is Caucasian
Julia Mancuso Height, Weight & Body Facts
How Tall – Height in Feet
She is 5’6 tall
How Tall – Height in Meters
She is 1.68 meters tall
Weight in Pounds
Her current weight is around 101 pounds
Weight in Kilograms
Her current weight is around 46 kg
Her body measurements are unavailable at this time
Her waist size is unknown
Information on her shoe size is unavailable
Is Julia Mancuso Currently in a Relationship?
Last summer, Julia Mancuso married her longtime boyfriend, Dylan Fish. Much in love, the two made things official with two weddings in Fiji and Squaw Valley.
Julia Mancuso’s Boyfriends
Unfortunately, we do not have information on Julia Mancuso’s previous relationships at this time.
Andrea Mancuso Webber
The second of three siblings, she has a younger sister named Sara and an older sister named April.
As far as we know, Julia Mancuso does not have any brothers.
Julia Mancuso does not have any children.
As a student, she went to The Park City Winter School in Park City, Utah.
As far as we can tell, Julia Mancuso has not attended college.
For now, information on Julia Mancuso’s salary is unavailable.
Unfortunately, information on Julia Mancuso’s 2018 net worth is unavailable
Her hobbies include yoga, paddle boarding, surfing, and spending time doing charity work
Favorite TV Shows
Favorite Music Artists
Aside from skiing, she also likes surfing and paddle boarding
Born on March 9, she is a Pisces
This information is currently unknown
This information is currently unknown
Julia Mancuso’s Social Media Accounts & Usernames
Julia Mancuso’s Instagram Username
Julia Mancuso’s Facebook Account
Julia Mancuso’s Youtube Channel
Julia Mancuso does not have a YouTube channel, as far as we can tell
Julia Mancuso’s Twitter Username
Julia Mancuso’s Snapchat Username
Julia Mancuso is not active on Snapchat.
Other Interesting Facts:
- Not long after making her World Cup debut in Colorado, she was scouted by Patrick Rooney
- She made her Olympic debut at the age of 17, at the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City, where she competed and finished in thirteenth place in the combined event.
- Despite the ongoing pain in one of her knees, due to hip dysplasia, she won a gold medal in the Giant Slalom at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games
- Following the Olympic Games, she underwent arthroscopic surgery to remedy the dysplasia in her right hip
- After the surgery, it took her many months for her to fully recover, and get back into optimal race shape
- Due to back problems, she did not finish among the top three at the 2008 World Cup events
- Despite the back pain, she went on to win two silver medals at the 2010 Winter Olympics- one in downhill, and another in the combined event
- As a junior, she won five gold medals at the Junior World Ski Championships from 2002 to 2004
- At the World Championships, she has won a total of five medals- two silvers (Combined, Super-G), and three bronzes (Super-G, Giant Slalom).
- She is the first female alpine skier from the U.S. to win four medals at the Winter Olympic Games
- At the age of thirty-three, she announced her retirement on January 19, 2018
- She underwent hip surgery to relieve disabling pain at the end of the 2014-15 season