Inducted in 2001
Kristen Clark
Born on November 30, -0001 in
Education:

Athletic Accomplishments:

Skiing

Kristen Clark, of Ramond, Maine, became the first U.S. Woman in five years to win a World Cup Downhill in Lenderheide, Switzerland, Febuary 24, 2001.

She was selected the USFA Alpine Skier of the Year (Female).

Seven-year member of the United States Ski Team. Two-year member of the C-team. Five-year member of the B-team.

1994-1995 Named to the United States Ski Team.

Named to the Eastern National Regional Team 1995-1996 First European Win S-G, Castlerotto, Italy 1997-1998

Named to the Olympic Team, Nagano Japan.

18th Olympics, combined (downhill & slalom)

12th World Cup SG, Val d'Isere, France

21st World Cup DH, Val d'lsere, France

1st US Nationals DH, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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