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May-June issue of Skiing History now online

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The May-June issue of SKIING HISTORY is in the mail!
 
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The new issue contains:
  • Jean Vuarnet: His 1960 Olympic downhill gold was only the beginning.
  • The Egg: Who invented downhill streamlining?
  • Hansi Hinterseer: The former World Cup and pro slalom ace from Austria is a pop superstar in Europe.  
  • Endless Winter: Led by top racers like Pepi Stiegler, Stein Eriksen and Erich Sailer, summer ski camps were once a booming business at resorts across western North America. 
  • Living History: During Skiing History Week in Aspen in April 2016, ISHA honored ski historians from around the world and the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame inducted its Class of 2015.

Plus:

  • Bill Koch recalls his Olympic assist from Finnish racer Juha Mieto.
  • Noise Pollution: Five thousand people at a ski area share a common interest. It just doesn’t happen to be music. 
  • Mikaela Shiffrin’s historic winning margins. 
  • Canadian champion Lucile Wheeler recounts her recent “racing reunion” trip to Austria.
  • Featured member: George Hovland at 90
Click here to see the Table of Contents.
Active members of the International Skiing History Association can read the digital edition now.
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Nice work

 

Hansi Hinterseer is perhaps the finest exponent of wince making Euro cheese still beloved of Saturday night Austrian TV

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBLxzv17zc8

 

 

 

{Warning - possibly offensive Heil Hitler gesture}

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