Christina Cutter

Year Inducted: 1993

Christina "Kiki" Cutter was the first American skier, male or female, to win a World Cup title.  For two decades she held the American record for the most World Cup victories by a U.S. skier.  Her five titles stood until Phil Mahre came along.  She was the top US woman skier at the 1968 Olympic Games skiing in all three disciplines.  That same year she won the first World Cup title to be held by an American.  She turned professional in 1970 and became a popular participant in major nationally televised fundraising events.


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