Jasmine grew up in Davos Monstein. At the age of 3, she had her first experience on skis. Two boards that would later mean the world to her. Later she joined the Rinerhorn Ski Club, where she competed in her first races. The first national competitions followed at the age of 11. Jasmine celebrated her first FIS successes when she was 16. In 2014, at the age of 21 she celebrated her World Cup debut at the downhill in Altenmark-Zauchensee (AUT), where she finished 33rd. Unfortunately, the euphoria was slowed down by a period of persistent hip problems. For 1.5 years she was suffering from chronic hip problems.
On December 18, 2016, she scored her first World Cup points result with an 11th-place finish in the Val-d'Isere Super-G. This was followed a year later by her first World Cup victory in the Super-G of St. Moritz. In the following seasons, she regularly raced in the top-10 rankings in her disciplines. Her career highlight to date came on February 11, 2023, at the World Championships in Méribel Courchevel, when she was crowned downhill world champion.