Tommy Moe is a former World Cup alpine ski racer from the United States. Moe refined his skills as a teenager in Alaska at Alyeska, near Anchorage, where he attended the Glacier Creek Ski Academy. He joined the U.S. Ski Team in 1986 at age 16.
An Olympic gold and silver medalist in 1994, he specialized in the speed events of downhill and super G. Moe made his World Cup debut at 17 and days before he turned 19, competed at the 1989 World Championships in Vail, Colorado, where he placed 12th in the downhill competition. He earned his first World Cup points (top 15) in March 1990 with a 13th-place finish at Åre, Sweden, the 1990 season's final race. In a surprising performance in 1994 Winter Olympics at Lillehammer, Norway, Moe became the first American male ski racer to win two medals in a single Winter Olympics, with a gold in the downhill and silver in the super-G at Kvitfjell. He then placed second in the super-G on his 24th birthday, finishing 0.09 seconds behind Markus Wasmeier of Germany. His success came despite not having yet won a World Cup race, though he had attained three podiums and had raced well the previous twelve months, starting with a fifth place in the downhill at the 1993 World Championships in Japan.
Moe and was inducted into the National Ski Hall of Fame five years after retiring, and is currently (as of 2021) a co-owner of Tordrillo Mountain Lodge in the Alaska Range and lives in Wilson, Wyoming. He has also served as an ambassador of skiing at nearby Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.