Marilyn Cochran

Year Inducted: 1978

Born: 1951 Richmond, VT

Marilyn Cochran is the oldest member of the famous skiing family from Richmond, Vermont. Four members of the family made it to the US Ski Team and raced internationally.

Among her many accomplishments were two national titles in Giant Slalom and being the first foreign competitor to win the French Alpine Championships. In 1969 she won the overall World Cup giant slalom title. She was a member of the 1972 US Olympic Team and 1970 and 1974 World Championship teams. She won many awards including the Beck International Trophy as the top US international skier in 1971 and the Buddy Werner Award for sportsmanship in 1974.

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