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After snagging three national titles and attending the World Championships in Falun in 2014-15, Brennan carried the momentum into her first full World Cup circuit in 2015-16. Early in the season, Brennan helped the women’s team ski to third place in a 4x5k relay in Lillehammer—her first World Cup podium. Throughout the rest of the season, Brennan was on the cusp of World Cup points, until the Ski Tour Canada where she snatched several top-30 and top-25 results. She trains with the Alaska Pacific University nordic team throughout the summer months.

Born and raised in Park City, UT, Brennan began skiing when she was 14. Right when she first started, she entered a community race and beat the other girl. It engaged her competitive spirit and became the impetus for her ski career. She attended Park City High School before leaving Utah for Dartmouth College. 

Brennan is a self-proclaimed lover of learning and plans on always being some sort of student while racing. Having already attended Dartmouth College, she'd like to become a teacher before pursuing a more advanced geography degree to eventually work in dam removal. When she's not racing and training, she 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..



Teams: 2015, 2017

4th, Relay 4x5km, Falun, SWE, 2015

3rd, 4x5k Relay, Lillehammer, NOR, 2015
6th, Team Sprint FS, Otepää, EST, 2015
12th, 4x5k Relay, Lillehammer, NOR, 2013
13th, 10k FS, Rybinsk, RUS, 2015
17th, Team Sprint FS, Vancouver, CAN, 2009
20th, 15k Skiathlon, Rybinsk, RUS, 2015
28th, 10.5k CL Mass Start, Nove Mesto, CZE, 2016

Stage World Cup
24th, 10k CL Pursuit, Canmore, Alberta, CAN, 2016
25th, 15k Skiathlon, Canmore, Alberta, CAN, 2016
28th, 10.5k CL, Montreal, CAN, 2016

24th Overall in 2016 Ski Tour Canada

2015, 1k Sprint CL, Houghton, MI
2015, 1k Sprint FS, Houghton, MI
2015, 20k CL Mass Start, Houghton, MI
2014, 1k Sprint CL, Midway, UT
2013, 10k FS, Midway, UT

37 U.S. Super Tour podiums