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Nancy Greene On the Edge Reviews


Biography of a Canadian Ski Racing Legend


Pros: Super inspiring skier

Cons: Somewhat uninspiring presentation

Nancy Greene was an Olympic and World Champion ski racer from Rossland, B.C., a funky little town just up the highway from where I grew up in Spokane, where there's a fantastic ski area called Red Mountain. This film follows the illustrious career of the plucky kid who won more World Cup ski races than any Canadian ever, earning the World Cup title in 1967 and 1968, and winning a silver in Downhill and a gold in Giant Slalom at the 1968 Grenoble Olympics. Her impressive career as a ski racer has actually been eclipsed by what she has done with her life since her retirement at age 24. Today her fame springs from being the namesake and public face of the Nancy Greene Ski League, where...
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