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Nancy Greene Raine

Alpine :: Downhill :: Giant Slalom :: Builder

The undisputed best female ski racer in the 1960s, Nancy Greene Raine has always remained in the forefront of public recognition.  Over 31 years after winning Gold and Bronze Medals at the 1968 Winter Olympic Games in Grenoble, France, she was named Canada's Female Athlete of the Century in November 1999. 

Her racing career coincided with rapid changes in skiing, both in equipment (she started her racing career wearing lace boots and skiing on wooden skis and retired with plastic buckle boots and fiberglass skis) and in the organization of skiing.  She saw the beginning of a true National Ski Team program in Canada and the introduction of the World Cup... ['CLICK' BELOW TO READ FULL BIOGRAPHY]

Born:  1943

Active Period:  1959 - 1968

Inducted:  1992

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