Boys Alpine Skiing

Some articles on alpine, alpine skiing, boys alpine skiing, boys:

Egon Schöpf
... Egon Schöpf (born October 16, 1925) is an Austrian alpine skier who competed in the 1948 Winter Olympics and in the 1952 Winter Olympics ... In 1948 he finished fifth in the alpine skiing downhill event and sixth in the alpine skiing slalom competition ...
Jean Rédélé
... pioneer, pilot and founder of the French automotive brand Alpine ... That's why his cars bore the brand "Alpine" as a memento of his first victory in the 1954 Coupe des Alpes ... He created the brand Alpine on 1955 ...
List Of Minnesota State High School League State Championships (Winter) - Boys Alpine Skiing
... Boys Slalom/Alpine Skiing Year School Class 1939 Duluth Central High School Senior High Class Duluth Washington Junior High School Junior High Class 1940 Minneapolis North High School 1941 Patrick Henry ... Thomas Academy 2012 Minnetonka High School ^ In 1997 the name changed from Slalom to Alpine ^ Alpine skiing is not split into classes ^ On in the first year of the tournament were both a Senior High and ...
Berkshire School - Athletics - Accomplishments
... In the fall of 2012, the Boys Varsity Soccer Team won the New England Class A Championship beating Phillips-Exeter 2-0 to finish the season with a record of 19-0-1 ... In the spring of 2012, the Boys Track Field Team were runners up at the DII Track and Field Championships at Governors Academy In the winter of 2012, the Boys Alpine Skiing team ... In the winter of 2012, the Boys Alpine Skiing (Varsity and JV) teams went undefeated for the second year in a row ...

Famous quotes containing the words boys and/or alpine:

    As boys without bonds to their fathers grow older and more desperate about their masculinity, they are in danger of forming gangs in which they strut their masculinity for one another, often overdo it, and sometimes turn to displays of fierce, macho bravado and even violence.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)

    Reason now gazes above the realm of the dark but warm feelings as the Alpine peaks do above the clouds. They behold the sun more clearly and distinctly, but they are cold and unfruitful.
    —G.C. (Georg Christoph)