Jack Gower

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Jack Gower Alpine skiing
nation United KingdomUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
birthday 26th May 1994 (age 26)
place of birth Chichester
discipline Downhill , Super-G , combination
society Sandown Park Ski Race Club
status active
Placements in the Alpine Ski World Cup
 Individual World Cup debut November 25, 2017
last change: February 9, 2019

Jack Gower (born May 26, 1994 in Chichester ) is a British ski racer .


Gower drove his first FIS race on August 5, 2009 at Mount Buller, Australia . His first success was winning an FIS giant slalom in Norquay . Since 2013 he has competed regularly in the Nor-Am Cup and South American Cup races. Gower took part in the 2015 Alpine World Ski Championships in Vail / Beaver Creek . In his only appearance in the giant slalom, he made 38th place. On September 19, 2017, he won his first race in the Alpine South American Cup, a Super-G, in El Colorado, Chile . The day before that, he also placed 2nd in the Super-G. These results earned him the Super G classification in the 2017 season . He had his first start in the Alpine Ski World Cup on December 9, 2017 in Lake Louise in the downhill, where he fell behind, however, with over four seconds behind the winner Beat Feuz , classified in 67th place. With 3rd place in the super giant slalom in Stowe on February 14, 2018, Gower made it onto the podium for the first time in the Nor-Am Cup. In the Alpine European Cup he has only achieved one place in the points so far.


World championships

European Cup

  • 1 place in the top 30

Nor-Am Cup

  • 2017/18 season : 26th overall ranking, 11th downhill ranking, 18th Super-G ranking, 18th giant slalom ranking
  • 1st podium

South America Cup

  • 2017 season : 6th overall ranking, 1st Super-G
  • 2 podium places, including one victory:
date place country discipline
19th September 2017 El Colorado Chile Super G


  • British giant slalom champion: 2013
  • 8 victories in FIS races

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