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Nancy Greene's Career

Ski Career

  • 1969 to 1968 - Canadian National Ski Team
  • 1962 & 1966 - World Championship Team
  • 1960, 1964, 1968 - Canadian Olympic Teams
  • 17 Canadian Ski Championship Titles
  • 3 US Ski Championship Titles
  • 1967 & 1968 - 13 World Cup victories
    (the most by a Canadian)
  • 1967 & 1968 - Overall World Cup Champion
  • Olympic Champion - Giant Slalom
  • FIS Alpine Combined Champion

Honours and Awards

  • 1968 - Officer of the Order of Canada
  • 1968 - Order of the Dogwood
    (BC's Highest Award)
  • 1967 & 1968 - Canadian Athlete of the Year
  • 1967 - Amateur Athletic Union Female Athlete of the Year
  • 1968 - B'nai B'rith Woman of the Year
  • 1988 - BC Ambassador of Tourism
  • 1991 - Whistler Citizen of the Year
    (with husband Al Raine)
  • 1999 - Honouray Doctorate of Laws
    (University College of the Cariboo)
  • 1999 - Halva International Skiing Award
  • Canadian Female Athlete of the Century
  • Honourary Doctorate of Laws
    (Royal Roads University)
  • 2002 - National Sports Hall of Fame

Member

  • BC Sports Hall of Fame
  • Canadian Honour Roll of Skiing
  • US Ski Hall of Fame
  • 1968 Federal Task Force on Sport
  • Honourary Chairman, Nancy Greene Ski League

Current Career

  • Director of Skiing, Sun Peaks Resort
  • Chancellor, Thompson Rivers University
  • Senator for BC, Canadian Government

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