Hilary Lindh

Year Inducted: 2005

Born: May 10, 1969                  Juneau, AK

Through the mid-1980's and 90's Hilary Lindh was America's premier woman downhiller winning 5 national titles over an incredible 10 year period.  She won her first national title in 1986 when she was only 16 years old.  She claimed the national downhill title in 1989, 1992 and 1997, when she also captured the national giant slalom championship..

In 1994 she won her first of three World Cup races.  It was the 100th World Cup win by an American skier.  Her record includes an Olympic silver medal won in 1992 and two World Championship medals, a bronze won in 1996 and a gold, making her World Champion in 1997. 

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