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  1. Nancy Greene (Ottawa, Ontario; 11 de mayo de 1943) es una esquiadora retirada canadiense que ganó 1 medalla de oro olímpica (2 medallas en total), 2 Campeonatos del Mundo (3 medallas en total), 2 Generales de la Copa del Mundo (y 2 Copas del Mundo en disciplina de Eslalon Gigante) y 13 victorias en la Copa del Mundo de Esquí Alpino (con un ...

  2. Nancy Catherine Greene Raine OC OBC OD (born May 11, 1943) is a former Canadian Senator for British Columbia and an Olympic alpine champion voted as Canada's Female Athlete of the 20th Century. She was born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Greene Raine won the giant slalom in the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, France.

  3. 18 de sept. de 2011 · Three-time Olympian Nancy Greene was just 16 when she made her Olympic debut at Squaw Valley 1960, alongside her sister Elizabeth, with modest results in three events. In her second Games, Greene’s top finish at Innsbruck 1964 was seventh in the downhill where the Austrians swept the podium in front of their home crowd.

  4. Nancy Greene is a Canadian alpine skiing legend who won the World Cup, two World Championship medals, and an Olympic gold in 1968. She also served as a Senator, a coach, and a sports administrator.

  5. 1 de feb. de 2021 · To this day, Greene is still the only Canadianmale or female—to have won the World Cup overall title, firmly cementing her name in the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame. But Greene’s athletic achievements are just a portion of her contributions to Canadian skiing.

  6. Nancy Greene was Canada's top ski racer through the 1960's, winning gold and silver medals at the 1968 Grenoble Olympics and overall World Cup titles in 1967 and 68. Her total of 13 World Cup victories is still a Canadian record. She won 17 Canadian Championship titles in all disciplines.

  7. 17 de nov. de 2009 · Olympic gold medallist Nancy Greene was named Canada’s best female athlete of the 20th century by the Canadian Press. A two-time World Cup alpine skiing champion, Greene competed in slalom, giant slalom and downhill. Her fierce and aggressive style earned her the nickname “Tiger.”.