Career Highlights:

1st
- World Cup (Sprint) Suicide Six Ski Resort, 2018

1st
- World Cup (Classic) Sugarbush Resort, 2018

1st
- World Cup (Parallel Sprint) Krvavec SLO 2018

1st
- World Cup (Parallel Sprint) Mürren/Schilthorn SUI 2018

4th
- World Cup Overall Standings 2016/17, 2017/18

22
- World Cup Podiums 2013/14 - 2017/18

3rd
- World Championships (Classic), La Plagne/Montchavin-les-Coches FRA 2017

3rd
- World Championships (Sprint), Steamboat Springs USA 2015

3rd
- Junior World Championships (Parallel Sprint), Espot ESP 2012

Jasmin Taylor is the first Briton to win a World Championship medal in telemark skiing, and with 22 World Cup podiums, she is closing in on the British record of 29 held by freestyle skier Jilly Curry.

In January 2018 Taylor won her first World Cup event, the first of four victories for the season and one of her 14 podiums over the course of the season. She finished seasons 2016/17 and 2017/18 ranked fourth on the overall World Cup standings..

Jaz joined the British Ski Academy as an athlete aged 12, competing as an alpine skier. After becoming the youngest British Ski Cross Champion ever, aged just 15, she made the England Freestyle Ski Team in 2009. It was during this time Jaz started telemark skiing, a discipline for which she showed potential on a far larger scale, competing in her first World Junior Telemark Championship in 2011.

Jaz was invited to the World Junior Championships after the British Telemark Ski Team spotted her results in the French Cup Series following her frequent podium appearances. Jaz has been on the British Team ever since. Persistent and hard-working, Jaz’s exceptional talent for telemarking is matched only by her fierce determination and ambition to one day be World Champion.