Christin Cooper

Year Inducted: 1984

Born: October 8, 1959             Sun Valley, ID 

Christin Cooper Tache had great success internationally as a giant slalom skier.  Along with strong World Cup results that saw her finish in a record setting for an American skier , 3rd place overall in 1982, she won the national championship in 1984.  She competed on two Olympic Teams (1980 and 1984) winning a GS silver medal in Sarajevo behind team mate Debbie Armstrong, in a historic American 1-2 finish.  She also was picked for two World Championship Teams and earned three medals in 1982, silvers in the slalom and giant slalom and bronze in the combined, a first  for any U.S. skier, male or female.  In 1984 she enjoyed a win in the GS at a World Cup event in Lake Placid, NY.  That year she was the World Cup runner up in the final results for giant slalom.   


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