Tiger Shaw Alpine, Olympian

Two-time Olympian Tiger Shaw might possibly bleed green. A native of Stowe, Vermont, Tiger excelled on the slopes at an early age. He became a standout technical skier for the U.S. Ski Team in the eighties, earning his first of four national GS titles in 1983, the same year he won the NCAA GS title. He went on to compete in the 1984 and 1988 Olympics and graduated from Dartmouth College in 1985 with an engineering degree. When Tiger wasn’t studying or on the road, he was designing the house he built in his “spare time.” Tiger now works for the medical evacuation service Global Rescue and, since his retirement from skiing, has been on the U.S. Ski Team Board of Trustees. He and his wife, Kristin, raised three ski racers, with Tiger coaching them in the Ford Sayre Program at the Dartmouth Skiway. Their oldest son, Gunnar, now attends (where else?) Dartmouth.

Gear Inspired by Tiger

Nordic Hat
Nordic Hat


Tiger’s hat reminds him of his college days and the famous Dartmouth snowflake.