Katrina Schaber

Katrina is a rising start in her sport.  A diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy, ADHD and Dyspraxia hasn’t stopped Katrina from finding inspiration in skiing and following her success.  At 17, Kat boasts honors such as a #3 ranking the United States Adaptive Standing Division and one of the top 16 stand up adaptive skiers registered with the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).  Kat competed in the 2014 IPC World Cup finishing in the top 10 and recently took home both a gold and silver finish in the Super Combined at the 2015 US National Championships, earning herself a spot on the U.S. Paralympics Alpine Skiing World Championship Roster.  Katrina also has her eyes on the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games in Korea.

Years skiing
13.  Racing for 4 years.

Favorite Run on Mammoth Mountain
Lower Dry Creek or Cornice Bowl

Race Course, Park or Powder

Favorite Mammoth Moment
My first alpine ski camp with DSES

Favorite Spot to Eat in Mammoth
Hanging out with my family and friends for a home cooked meal at our friends’ Mammoth home.  Great to have a home cooked meal after being on the road for training and competition.  

What brought you to Mammoth Mountain
Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra.  They welcomed me with open arms and have been there to support me every step of the way.  

Mammoth Mountain, TD Ameritrade, Footloose Sports, Challenged Athletes Foundation and Disabled Sports USA 


Snowboard Team

Ski Team