|Disciplines||Moguls, Dual Moguls|
|Club||Bridger Freestyle, Team Summit|
|Born||May 28, 1984|
Bozeman, Montana, USA
|Height||5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)|
|World Cup debut||January 13, 2006|
|Medals||0 (0 gold)|
|Medals||0 (0 gold)|
Heather McPhie (born May 28, 1984) is an American freestyle moguls skier. She competed for the US Olympic Team at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. McPhie earned the Olympic team spot with a 2nd-place finish at the FIS World Cup event at Deer Valley in January 2010. At the 2007 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships McPhie finished in 8th place in moguls, and 9th in duals.
McPhie grew up skiing with her family in Bozeman, Montana. Both her parents were ski instructors. She was a gymnast until age twelve. She always loved mogul skiing so when she stopped gymnastics, her parents signed her up for the Bridger Freestyle Ski Team. She was originally terrified of jumping which is now her strong suit in the sport.
She graduated from high school in 2002. She received an academic scholarship from the State of Montana, where she attended Montana State University from 2002-2003. In the fall of 2004, McPhie decided to focus all of her attention on mogul skiing. She moved to Breckenridge, Colorado to train in a full-time program.
McPhie qualified for the United States Freestyle Ski Team in 2005 by winning the North American Tour. She has been on the national team ever since. In 2010, she went from being unranked in the world in mogul skiing to being ranked second in less than four months. This led her to represent the United States at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver.
In 2012, McPhie became the first mogul skier to pick up a Red Bull sponsorship. That year she added four more World Cup podium finishes on her way to finishing fourth in the mogul standings. She ended the season 2012 with her first United States National Title.
The 2013 season has been a success for McPhie. She had three World Cup wins as well as two other podium finishes. She finished the season ranked third overall in the world. In addition, she won the United States National Title again.