Ivana Zelnickova from Gottwaldov/Czechoslovakia (formerly and now again Zlin, the city where Bata founded his shoe factory) was among some good junior racers but not among the best.
I came across some results in old Czech magazines (can´t look it up again, they were not mine) and as an example found her on the 3rd place in a J-DH but about 10 seconds behind the winner.
(Those were the days, my friends, the 60s with Marker Simplex turntable, a few girls/ladies racing and full seconds between them...
Btw, the years when Annemarie Moser went to her first training camp in dirndl
and when she had home-knitten mittens on in her first-ever worldcup race.)
She (Ivana, not Annemarie) married a certain Winkelmayer, probably mainly to be able to leave the country, got a divorce and somehow came to America.
There were no Czech alpine racers at the 1972 Nagano Olympics and she was never on any national team as an adult racer.
I don´t know much about her but have seen the movie "For Love Alone" based on a book by herself.
It´s just a story, by no means a biography.
There are people who were her ski buddies back then. If I can get a neighbor of mine talking I might hear some very intimate details - at least he claims so.
Even if learned something I would be clever enough to keep it to myslelf. Sorry, folks!