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Laurie Graham

Alpine :: Downhill :: Slalom :: Giant Slalom

Laurie Graham began skiing at the age of 5 and began competing at the age of 10.  By the time she retired she had compiled an enviable racing record to become the foremost Canadian female skier of her time recording six World Cup victories, five in Downhill, and one in Super-G (Super Giant Slalom). Her victories included a first World Cup victory by a Canadian on home soil and also won the first ever WC Super G when it was added to the World Cup Circuit. She posted 34 top 10 FIS World Cup Downhill results. 

Appointed a C.M. (Member) of the Order of Canada on July 11, 1998, her citation noted, in part, that "... she served gracefully as an unofficial ambassador to the sports world and as a much-respected role model and mentor to younger athletes."... ['CLICK' BELOW TO READ FULL BIOGRAPHY]

Born:  1960

Active Period:  1974 - 1998

Inducted:  1991

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