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U. S. National Team

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director
Intermountain Ski Association

Affiliations

Member
U.S. Olympic Team

Education



Jordan High School

Web References (3 Total References)


2004 Ski Affair

www.skiarchives.org [cached]

MARGO WALTERS MCDONALD - Margo Walters-McDonald began skiing at Bear Gulch, Idaho in 1951.

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A year later, Margo raced in Europe and earned the number one seed in the downhill.In 1963 she was a prominent figure in the major cup races.She finished first in the Snow Cup giant slalom, second in the Roche Cup downhill and slalom and third in the Harriman Cup downhill.In 1964 she was named to the U.S. Olympic Ski Team that competed in Innsbruck, Austria.That same year she became a member of the U. S. National Team.Margo was executive director of the Intermountain Ski Association from 1967 to1970.


Alf Engen Ski Museum Foundation: Ski History Museum at the Utah Olympic Park

www.engenmuseum.org [cached]

From 1957 to 1967 the name Margo Walters perennially appeared high on the result sheets that spanned the spectrum of ski racing: the Intermountain Championships, the Intermountain Junior and Senior National Championships, the Western Regional Championships, the storied Snow Cup, Roche Cup, and Harriman Cup events, the U.S. National Championships and the Olympic Winter Games.

The fiercely-competitive, yet diminutive, Margo first donned skis in 1951 in Bear Gulch, Idaho -- a fateful event that ultimately led to a first place finish in the Junior Nationals, a second place finish in the Senior Nationals, three Snow Cup victories (1960, 1961 and 1963), and a 21st place finish in the downhill in the 1964 Olympic Winter Games in Innsbruck, Austria, where she was a member of the U.S. Olympic Team.
A graduate of Salt Lake City's Jordan High School, Margo served as executive director of the Intermountain Ski Association from 1967 to 1970.


Ski Utah: The Greatest Snow on Earth

www.skiutah.com [cached]

From 1957 to 1967 the name Margo Walters perennially appeared high on the result sheets that spanned the spectrum of ski racing: the Intermountain Championships, the Intermountain Junior and Senior National Championships, the Western Regional Championships, the storied Snow Cup, Roche Cup, and Harriman Cup events, the U.S. National Championships and the Olympic Winter Games.

The fiercely-competitive, yet diminutive, Margo first donned skis in 1951 in Bear Gulch, Idaho -- a fateful event that ultimately led to a first place finish in the Junior Nationals, a second place finish in the Senior Nationals, three Snow Cup victories (1960, 1961 and 1963), and a 21st place finish in the downhill in the 1964 Olympic Winter Games in Innsbruck, Austria, where she was a member of the U.S. Olympic Team.
A graduate of Salt Lake City's Jordan High School, Margo served as executive director of the Intermountain Ski Association from 1967 to 1970.

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