Meet Alisa Camplin. She is a hot retired aerial skier. Read Alisa Camplin’s biography below and see video and photos after the jump.
Alisa Camplin is an Australian aeril skier who is a bronze medalist. Find out more on Australia’s first female Winter Olympic gold medalist after the jump.
As a biography, Alisa Camplin is 34 years of age and hails from Australia. Camplin is an aerial skier who initially competed as a gymnast. She is a graduate of Methodist Ladies’ College as well as the Swinburne University of Technology before taking up aerial skiing. Camplin began training with coach Todd Ossian at a pond in Wandin.
In 2002 she competed at the Winter Olympics while injured with two fractured ankles. She won after performing a “pair of triple-twisting, double backflip jumps.” After her win, the Australia post office honored her with an Alisa Camplin stamp.
In 2005 Camplin again competed injured at the World Cup event in Lake Placid. Landing in fourth place, the aerial skier underwent knee reconstruction just 11 weeks before the event.
She retired from skiing in 2006. She currently works for IBM.