Nancy Greene Raine

Nancy Greene Raine captured Alpine Skiing gold in the giant slalom at the 1968 Grenoble Olympics and won the first women’s World Cup title in 1967. She was instrumental in developing the Whistler/Black-comb and Sun Peaks ski resorts.

Kerrin-Lee Gartner

Kerrin-Lee Gartner overcame injuries to become a gold medalist at the 1992 Albertville Olympics, a first in downhill Skiing for any Canadian. Gartner is a three-time Olympian, and has three World Cup runner-up finishes.