Joining the US ski team in 1986, Tommy Moe débuted internationally at the 1989 World Championships in Vail when he placed 12th in the downhill. Primarily a speed skiier, at the 1994 Winter Olympics, despite having never won a World Cup race, Moe won the downhill and took silver in the Super-G. With Norwegian ancestry, he was a big favorite among the Lillehammer fans. One month later, he won a World Cup Super-G in Whistler, British Columbia, which would be his only World Cup victory in his career. His best World Cup season was 1994 when he was third in Super-G, eighth in downhill, and eighth overall. Moe retired after the 1998 season, having won five US National titles. He was inducted into the US Ski Hall of Fame in 2003. He is a co-owner of Tordrillo Mountain Lodge in his native Alaska, but also serves as ambassador of skiing at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.