Katy Rodolph Wyatt  (deceased)

Year Inducted: 1966

Born: 11/01/1930   Denver, CO

Died: 09/17/1994   Las Vegas, NV

Within four years of taking up skiing  as a teenager, Katy Rodolph won her first national championship with a victory at the first ever national giant slalom championship in the United States in 1949.  In 1951 she won three national titles (slalom, downhill and combined) and repeated the feat in 1953.  Skiing for the Sun Valley Ski Club she was regarded as a versatile, fearless and technically perfect skier.  She was a member of two American Olympic teams and two FIS teams.  She earned the admiration of her team mates for her unselfish willingness to coach and assist them whenever possible.  Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1966 she also served on its Board of Directors for several years. 

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