Hall of Famer

Lee Lee Morrison Henry

Affiliated Discipline(s): Freestyle
Hometown: Calgary, AB
Active Career Period: 1984 - 1996
Induction CSHF: 1997
Induction Category: Freestyle: Moguls; Coach
Lee Lee Morrison. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

Lee Lee Morrison was a member of the Canadian Freestyle Ski Team specializing in Mogul competition for 8-years, from 1984 until 1992, when she retired after competing in the XVI Olympic Winter Games, Albertville, France.

In 1994/1995, she was Head Coach and Program Director of Alberta Freestyle and a member of the Canadian Freestyle Skiing Association (CFSA) Performance Program Committee from 1994 – 1996.

In the course of her competitive career she won 20-Federation Internationale de Ski (FIS) World Cup medals including 8-Gold, and was twice a Bronze medalist in the Overall World Cup Mogul standings in 1987/1988 and 1990/1991. On the World Cup circuit she competed in 71 scheduled races, placing in the top-10 52 times, a phenomenal record.

At the FIS World Ski Championships at Oberjoch, Germany in 1989 she placed 8th overall in Moguls, and two years later in 1991, placed 4th overall in Moguls at the FIS World Championships held at Lake Placid, New York. She also represented Canada at the XV Olympic Winter Games, Calgary, Alberta, 1988, in Mogul competition as a Demonstration sport, finishing in 5th place.

She competed in her discipline at the Canadian National Championships for 8-consecutive years from 1985 to 1992 winning the Gold medal in every year except 1990 when she placed 6th.

Competitive record in International Moguls competition (top 10-finishes)
1985
7th place, FIS World Cup, Pra Loup, France
7th place, FIS World Cup, Oberjoch, Germany
2nd place, FIS World Cup, Pila, Italy
3rd place, FIS World Cup, La Clusaz, France
9th place, FIS World Cup Salen, Sweden
1st place, FIS World Cup, Tignes, France

1986
6th place, FIS World Cup, Lake Placid, New York
9th place, FIS world Cup, Oberjoch, Germany
2nd place, FIS World Cup, Voss, Norway
9th place, FIS World Cup, Tignes, France
6th place, FIS World Cup, Tignes, France

1987
4th place, FIS World Cup, Mt Gabriel, Quebec
1st place, FIS World Cup, Lake Placid, New York
1st place, FIS World Cup, Breckenridge, Colorado
5th place, FIS World Cup, Calgary Alberta
5th place, FIS World Cup, Mariazell, Austria
5th place, FIS World Cup, Voss, Norway
4th place, FIS World Cup, Oberjoch, Germany
5th place, FIS World Cup, Las Clusax, France
8th place, FIS World Cup, Tignes, France
3rd place, FIS World Cup, La Plagne, France

1988
1st place, FIS World Cup, Mt Gabriel, Quebec
2nd place, FIS World Cup, Breckenridge, Colorado
1st place, FIS World Cup, Inaswashiro, Japan
7th place, FIS World Cup Madarao, Japan
7th place, FIS World Cup, Oberjoch, Germany
5th place, FIS World Cup, Tignes, France
5th place, FIS World Cup, La Plagne, France

1989
6th place, FIS World Cup, Mt Gabriel, Quebec
1st place, FIS World Cup, Calgary, Alberta
1st place, FIS World Cup, Breckenridge, Colorado
2nd place, FIS World Cup, Voss, Norway
5th place, FIS World Cup, Suomutunturi, Finland
2nd place, FIS World Cup, La Plagne, France

1990
2nd place, FIS World Cup, Mt Gabriel, Quebec
8th place, FIS World Cup, Breckenridge, Colorado
7th place, FIS World Cup, Inawashiro, Japan
2nd place, FIS World Cup, , Nagano-lizuna kogen, Japan
10th place, FIS World Cup, La Plagne, France
5th place, FIS World Cup, Tignes, France
5th place, FIS World Cup, Zermatt, Switzerland

1991
5th place, FIS World Cup, Blackcomb Mtn, British Columbia
6th place, FIS World Cup, Breckenridge, Colorado
2nd place, FIS World Cup, Skole, Soviet Union
1st place, FIS World Cup, Voss, Norway
2nd place, FIS World Cup, Pyhetunturi, Finland
3rd place, FIS World Cup, Hundfjellet, Sweden
6th place, FIS World Cup, Tignes, France
4th place, FIS World Cup, Zermatt, Switzerland
3rd place, FIS World Cup, Morzine, France

1992
8th place, FIS World Cup, Blackcomb Mt, British Columbia
8th place, FIS World Cup, Lake Placid, New York

 

Please Note: The ski information gathered here is compiled from a number of sources; it may not be inclusive of all accomplishments.
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Lee Lee Morrison.
Lee Lee Morrison. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.
1988 Canadian Freestyle Ski Team in Tignes, France
1988 Canadian Freestyle Ski Team in Tignes, France. [L to R]: Meredith Gardner, Craig Young, Janice Cannon, Lee Lee Morrison, Lane Barrett. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.
Lee Lee Morrison.
Lee Lee Morrison. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.
Lee Lee Morrison
Lee Lee Morrison. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

Lee Lee Morrison. Athlete Information Bureau / Greg Kinch.

Lee Lee Morrison – 1984. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

Lee Lee Morrison.
Lee Lee Morrison. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.
National Freestyle Ski Team 1987
National Freestyle Ski Team 1987 [top row]: Lucie Barma, Murray Cluff, Anna Fraser [middle row]: Meredith Gardner, Pat Henry, Peter Judge, Lloyd Langlois, Alain LaRoche [bottom row]: Lee Lee Morrison, Richard Peirce, Chris Simboli, Dave Walker, Craig Young. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

Canadian Freestyle Ski Team 1985 [L to R back]: Alain LaRoche, Dave Walker, Dave Walker, Bill Keenan, ?, Pat Henry, ?, Pierre Poulin, ?, ?, ?, ?, Richard Peirce, Craig Young, Chris Simboli, Peter Judge (coach) [L to R front]: Lee Lee Morrison, Meredith Gardner, Janice Cannon, Lucie Barma. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

National Freestyle Ski Team 1988 Tignes, France [L to R]: Meredith Gardner, Janice Cannon, Sue Kirkwood, Shannon Carey, Lee Lee Morrison, Chris Hatton, Murray Cluff, Pat Henry, Jeff Violo, James Boyd, Peter Judge (coach). Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

National Freestyle Ski Team 1988 [L to R top]: Jeff Violo, Rick Shwinghammer (manager), James Boyd, Peter Judge (coach), Chris Hatton [L to R middle]: Tanya Clarke, Murray Cluff, Dave Walker, Dominick Godon, Richard Peirce, Alain LaRoche, Pat Henry, Craig Young [L to R front]: Nancy Walkling, Sue Kirkwood, Meredith Gardner, Janice Cannon, Lee Lee Morrison, Shannon Carey. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association,

National Freestyle Ski Team c. 1991 [L to R back]: Peter Judge, Richard Peirce, Lane Barrett, Todd Allison, Darcy Downs, Dominick Gauthier, Dave Walker, David Bellehumeur, ? [L to R middle]: Matt Christensen, Craig Young, ?, Nicolas Fontaine, André Ouimet, Jan Bucher, Philippe LaRoche, Jean-Luc Brassard, Christian Marcoux, ?, John Smart, Pat Henry, ? [L to R front]: Lee Lee Morrison, ?, Bronwen Thomas, ?, Julie Stegall, Ashley Herod, Tanya Clarke, ?, ?, Anna Kindy. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

Inductee Lee Lee Morrison with Keith Nesbitt at the 1997 Canadian Ski Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. CSHFM Collection.

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