When was the first Sugar Slalom held on Mount Mansfield in Stowe?
She was the overall World Cup winner for women’s moguls four times. She won a total of 21 World Cup mogul events. She is in the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Hall of… Continue Reading →
Who was the women’s U.S. National Mogul Champion in 1984? Also that year she was named the U.S. Ski Team Athlete of the Year!
Where were you when you heard that Mikaela Shiffrin won her 87th World Cup race? OK. Maybe it isn’t an historic moment of that order, but as a part-time skiing historian I feel I should make note of it. I’m… Continue Reading →
Who was awarded the first United States ski boot patent?
It’s interesting how something that happens today echoes an occurrence in the past which in turn triggers many memories! I’m sure historians experience this often. This season FIS alpine skiing has offered a couple of examples. Earlier in the season… Continue Reading →
Who was the last Canadian woman to win a slalom Gold medal in either the World Championships or Olympics? And a follow up, what U.S. woman had to settle for the Silver that year?
Barry Stone shared a story of his first visit to Val d’Isere that was so good that I asked if I could share it in my column. He gave me permission so here is the story in Barry’s own words:… Continue Reading →
Mikaela Shiffrin just set the record for most World Championship medals. When did she win her first World Championship medal?
Last week I described how we had some great skiing in Val d’Isere on my first European ski trip in 1973 with friends John Dawson, John Fox, Jerry Gates, Ken Hildick, and Bob Penniman. Before I move on to our… Continue Reading →
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