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Barney McLean, Hall-of-Famer

Barney McLean
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Barney McLean, national champion in jumping and alpine Born July 13, 1917 in Lander, Wyoming, Robert Lloyd McLean grew up in Hot Sulphur Springs, Colo., and began ski jumping at age six. He won his first regional title at 13, on the 70-meter Ecker Hill jump near Salt Lake City. Mentored by Thor...

Marc Hodler, longtime FIS president

Marc Hodler
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President of FIS from 1951 to 1998 For almost the entire last half of the 20th Century, a quiet-spoken Swiss lawyer and lover of the sport, Marc Hodler served as international skiing’s leader. A multi-linguist who could make a compelling speech in at least eight languages, Hodler was the President...

Maria Bogner and the stretch pant

Maria Bogner
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Maria Bogner introduces sex to skiing By Seth Masia It was fifty years ago. Maria Bogner spent the summer of 1952 figuring out how to cut the maddeningly stretchy new Helanca material to make sexy ski pants. Bogner was already an established skiwear brand with a reputation for quality and...

Paul Robbins, Ski racing journalist, US Ski Team publicist

Paul Robbins
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Ski racing journalist, US Ski Team publicist  - Internationally recognized ski and travel journalist Paul Robbins, a wordsmith and historian for the U.S. Ski Team for 30 years, died at his home in Vermont in February 2007. Robbins, whose wit, humor and vast knowledge was legendary, was 68.  Always...

Greg Athans, Freestyle champ

Greg Athans
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Champion waterskier, freestyler astonished ski world and dominated early World Cup circuit. Greg Athans, World Cup champion in moguls in 1980, four-time world champion in freestyle events, and 15-time Canadian national waterskiing champion, died  of complications due to diabetes. He was 51. Athans...

Jimmy Johnston, PSIA co-founder

Jimmy Johnston
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Minneapolis judge was an influential founder of PSIA. Jimmy Johnston, one of the founders of the Professional Ski Instructors of America, died August 10, 2006 at his home in Naples, Fla. He was 78, and had recently suffered a heart attack. Johnston was a renaissance man, and a giant, to boot. At 6’...

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