Four of the Green Mountain State’s best known skiers and resort leaders were honored by the Vermont Ski & Snowboard Museum Oct. 23. The inductees included Karen Huntoon Miller, from Brandon and Rutland. She is a Rutland High graduate who went on to win five freestyle world championships in mogul skiing. Many remember her for her appearance in Warren Miller’s 1981 film, “Ski In The Sun.” … Greg McClallen, a graduate of St. Michael’s College, coached ski teams at Otter Valley and Rutland High Schools. He was National Ski Coach of the Year in 1987… John Morton was a four year Nordic skier on the Middlebury College ski team. He was the head coach at Dartmouth College and has since been a course developer for major competitions…Preston Leete Smith led Killington to become one of the largest ski resorts in the country with a worldwide reputation. He was in the forefront of snowmaking, grooming, marketing, and instruction during the sport’s critical years… Vermont.com congratulates them all.
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