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  • Carol HEISS | Athlete

    Carol HEISS

    | Figure Skating | 2 Medals
  • News | Squaw Valley 1960

    Heiss skates to glory

    Coached by husband-and-wife team Andree and Pierre Brunet – the Olympic pairs champions of 1928 and 1932 – the USA’s Carol Heiss was a teenage star of the 1950s international figure skating scene, winning silver behind her compatriot Tenley Albright at the 1955 ISU World Championships and repeating the feat at the following year’s Winter Games at Cortina d’Ampezzo.
    26 Feb 1960 | Squaw Valley 1960, Olympic News, HEISS, Carol, Figure Skating, United States of America
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    Squaw Valley 1960-HEISS Carol (USA) 1st.
    Sunday, January 31, 1960 11:00 PM | Photo
  • Portrait of Carol Heiss Jenkins

    Portrait of Carol Heiss Jenkins

    Portrait of American figure skater and Olympic gold medalist Carol Heiss Jenkins, seated in an ice rink, 1960s. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
    Thursday, December 31, 1959 11:00 PM | Photo
  • News | St. Moritz 1928

    Relive the Glories of past Olympic Winter Games: St.Moritz 1928

    1928 St. Moritz Opening date: 11 February 1928 Closing date: 19 February 1928 Country of the host city: Switzerland (SUI) Candidate cities: Davos (SUI), Engelberg (SUI) Nations: 25 Events: 14
    25 Jan 2010 | Olympic News, St. Moritz 1928, BRUNET, Pierre
  • News | Squaw Valley 1960

    Squaw Valley 1960: How it all began

    Alexander Cushing, a landowner in Squaw Valley – an uninhabited valley overlooking Lake Tahoe and perched 1,900 metres above sea level in California’s Sierra Nevada and 300 kilometres east of San Francisco – dreamed of transforming the place into a world-class winter sports destination. His vision began to take shape when he built a lodge and then a ski lift in the middle of what was still an untamed landscape.
    18 Feb 1960 | Squaw Valley 1960, Olympic News, Opening Ceremony
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