Nancy Greene: On the Edge


For Nancy Greene, doing the best you can meant winning the most world cup ski races by any Canadian ever. At the 1968 winter Olympics in the French resort of Grenoble, doing the best she could meant winning gold and silver medals. And with that success, Nancy Green became a household name across Canada and throughout the skiing world.

Follow the story of this determined woman from her early years on skis in Rossland BC to her rise to Olympic and World champion. Never in Canadian skiing has there been such an inspiring woman who has done more for the world of skiing than Nancy Greene. And for many Canadian champions who have followed Nancy down those icy slopes, she remains their role model and inspiration.

Production Date: 1996
Length: 44 Minutes
Format: 4 X 3 Full frame