In 2002, Teal Harle started skiing at the age of six. In 2007, Harle heard about freestyle skiing and became hooked. By 2009 he was competing in local events. Although he came in dead last in his very first competition, he was more determined than ever to improve. Harle skied on the Mount Washington Ski Club until he was 16 years old.
Coming off of an outstanding 2014-15 season that saw him take two gold medals home from the Canada Games, win the Canada Cup, as well as a second place finish at the Dumont Cup, Harle was named to the national team in the summer of 2015.
Harle put the tour on notice at the 2015 Dumont Cup when he was the story of the AFP platinum event. Harle placed only one point behind X Games gold medallist and Olympian, Bobby Brown, with 90.6 points. His run placed him ahead of third place British skier, James Woods, who is also an X Games medallist.