"I value showing up and being there for yourself and your team, being gritty, and making the best of what you have on any given day. "
7 Things You Didn't Know About Rosie Brennan
- 1. Rosie's first career World Cup victory was a freestyle sprint on Dec. 12, in Davos, Switzerland. The next day, she took her second World Cup victory in a 10k freestyle, earning the overall World Cup leader's bib.
- 2. Rosie is the first American to hold the overall World Cup leader's bib, World Cup sprint leader's bib, and World Cup distance leader's bib at the same time.
- 3. Rosie has a Masters Degree in Education.
- 4. She won the 10k freestyle for her first U.S. National Title in 2013.
- 5. Rosie volunteers with Fast and Female, a program dedicated to empowering young women through sport; and Skiku, which provides nordic ski instruction to children and communities all around Alaska.
- 6. She was the first recipient of U.S. Nordic Olympic Women's Inga Award.
- 7. Rosie is a twin!
Rosie Brennan - 4th Place - Val Di Fiemme 15k - Tour De Ski 2023
Rosie Brennan - Third Place Finish - Davos World Cup 2022
Jessie Diggins and Team WIN First Ever Mixed Team Relay World Cup 2022
Rosie Brennan Podiums in Lillehammer Interval Start 10k | 2021
Rosie Brennan Takes 5th in Ruka 10k Pursuit | 2021
Diggins Third in 2021 Tour de Ski Stage 5 - Women's 10K C Pursuit - Toblach
• Fourth 2022 Freestyle Sprint • Fifth 2022 Classic Team Sprint • Sixth 2022 30k Freestyle • Sixth 2022 4x5k Team Relay • 13th 2022 Classic 10k
Four-time World Championship Team Member • 5th, 30km classic, Planica, SLO, 2023