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Feb. 17, 2018

Meet an Olympian: Ann Battelle
Join us for hot chocolate and Champagne Powder® donuts with a special opportunity to meet Ski Town U.S.A.®'s incredible Olympian Ann Battelle at the Olympian display on the second floor of Thunderhead Lodge at the top of the Gondola. The Tread of Pioneers Museum and Steamboat Ski Resort will present a series of chats with Steamboat Olympians throughout the season providing guests a front row seat to meet Olympians, see their medals and learn what it’s like to compete at the elite level.

Ann was Steamboat's first four-time Olympian. She's also the 1999 World Champion, 2000 & 1999 World Cup Champion, six-time US National Champion and The Denver Post’s 2000 Colorado Sports Woman of the Year. Ann, who didn’t start skiing moguls till after she graduated from Middlebury College, learned the bump trade at Steamboat from then ski team coach, Park Smalley, in the winter of 1990. Two years later she was competing in her first Olympics.

Freestyle moguls

1992 Albertville, France. 1994 Lillehammer, Norway. 1998 Nagano, Japan. 2002 Salt Lake City, Utah.
Ann Battelle was Steamboat's first four-time Olympian. She's also a 1999 World Champion, 2000 and 1999 World Cup Champion, six-time U.S. National Champion and The Denver Post’s 2000 Colorado Sports Woman of the Year. Battelle, who didn’t start skiing moguls until after she graduated from college, learned the bump trade at Steamboat from then U.S. Ski Team coach Park Smalley in winter 1990. Two years later, she was competing in her first Olympics.
  • Time

    11:00 AM — 12:00 PM

  • Location

    Second floor of Thunderhead Lodge at the top of the Gondola at the Olympic Heritage Display
    2305 Mt. Werner Circle, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487