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Gee, Nancy

Gee, Nancy
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Nancy Gee, born April 1968, started skiing at 3 years old and skied competitively at the age of 8. A Canadian Juvenile Ski Champion at age 13, and again at 14, Nancy was invited to join the National Alpine Development Team in 1984. he became a full time member of the National Ski Team in 1986.
Nancy represented Canada at the World Championships in Crans -Montana, Switzerland in 1987 and again at the 1988 Calgary Olympics, where she placed 13th in the Combined.
Scoring points for Canada in World Cup competition at Santa Caterina, Italy in March 1990, where she finished 14th in Super Giant Slalom competition, Nancy returned to Canada to win the Canadian National Ski Championships at Lake Louise, Alberta.
In the summer of 1990, Nancy won a silver medal in the giant slalom at the first
ever Winter Pan American Games in Las Lenas, Argentina.
Nancy has been a resident of Niagara Falls all her life. She attended Martha Cullimore School, Prince Philip, and graduated from A.N. Myer with a grade 13 diploma. 
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