||Stein Eriksen - Stein Eriksen has been synonymous with style and grace since his gold (giant slalom) and silver medal (slalom) victories in his native Oslo during the 1952 Olympic Winter Games. He also won three gold medals at the World Championships in Aare, Sweden, in 1954 in slalom, giant slalom and combined, making him the first alpine skier in the world to win triple gold at a world championship. Today the Director of Skiing at Utah's Deer Valley Resort, Eriksen was involved in the development of the Park City Ski Area (now Park City Mountain Resort), which was formerly owned by Edgar Stern, who later built Deer Valley. Prior to arriving on the Park City scene, Eriksen spent four years as director of skiing and ski school director at Snowmass, CO, and four years as ski school director of Sugarbush, VT. He also served as ski school director and owned a sport shop in Aspen, CO. From 1956 to 1958 he was ski school director for Heavenly Valley, CA, having served previously in the same position at Boyne Mountain, MI, from 1954 to 1956. In 1997 he was awarded the Knight First Class honor by His Majesty the King of Norway in recognition of his outstanding services in the interest of Norway. He also received the Pioneer Award from the Intermountain Ski Areas Association in 1998. As a guest instructor at Sun Valley in the 1950s, he became the darling of the news media - and the resort's star-studded celebrity guest list - with this unusual reverse shoulder ski technique. That status was enhanced by his spectacular forward somersault with full layout (swan dive) on skis. That aerial maneuver is believed to be the forerunner of the inverted aerials performed by acrobatic freestyle skiers today. Stein divides his time between Park City and a home in Montana. His family includes wife, Francoise, sons Bjorn and Stein Jr., daughters Julianne and Ava and four grandchildren. Freestyle Skiing Receiving the Ski Archives' History-Maker awards will be: Scott Brooksbaiik, Sandy, Utah - National Exhibition Skiing Championships, final combined Grand Champion, 1972 and 1975; National Inhibition Skiing Championships, freestyle, 1972; more than 30 World CAip victories; appeared as stuntman in "The Other Side of the Mountain" and in 1.2 Warren Miller film segments. John Clendenin, Salt Lake City, Utah/Sun Valley, Idaho - Combined World Freestyle Champion, 1973-74; 1974 Stunt Ballet Rocky Mountain National Freestyle i !hampion; appeared in "K-2 IVi formers", "Winter lummox" and other films. Ed Ferguson, Boise, Utah - World Champion overall, ll)73; 1. lotdogger of the Year, I 973; World Aerial Acrobatic Champion, 1973; U.S. National Champion, 1974; owned and operated suninui training camps and 'Airbonrne hid dies" 1 reestyle Camps. Karen Huntoon, Park City, Utah - 1974 Moguls/1 Teestyle World Champion; 1975 Moguls Freestyle ( ihampion; 19/5 Women's Overall (champion; 5-time world mogul champion; named most valuable woman player of the Ryder Team in 1978 for the Colgate womens freestyle team; competed S years in professional Freestyle competitions; stuntwoman in "The Return of Maxwell Smart"; appeared on ABC TV s "Wide World of Sports," CBS TV's "Sports Spectacular." Bob Salerno, Ogden, Utah - 2-time World Freestyle Champion; 1972 Junior Gelande Champion; 1972 Intermountain Amateur Freestyle Champion; 1974 Professional Freestyle Assn./Beconta Cup/World Super Hot Dog Champion, Combined; 1974 PFA World Aerial Champion; 1974 Eastern National Freestyle; 1974 Skiing Magazine Freestyler of the Year; member, Professional Freestyle lour, 1973-78. Alan Schonberger, Sandy, Utah 1975 Professional Freestyle .Assn. National Ballet Champion, Mark Stiegemeicr, Boise, Idaho - 1975 World Grand Prix Freestyle Champion; 1975 World Ballet Champion; Warren Miller and Bogner film appearance. Penelope Street, Sun Valley, Idaho - 1974 Combined Western National Freestyle Champion; 1974 Mogul Freestyle Western National Freestyle Champion. Boh Theobald, Park City, Utah 1st aerials, National Gelande Championships, 1973; 1st aerials, "Super I lot Dog Championships", SKl/Beconta World Cup; 1st combined, "Super Hot Dog Championships", SKl/Beconta Cup; 1st aerials, Chevrolet/Skiing Magazine Professional Freestyle Four; USSA National Freestyle Committee chair, 1972-74; International Freestyle Skiers Assn. Director, 1973-75; NBC TVs 'V>O Show", ABC TV's "Wide World of Sports," "American Ski Scene," Warren Miller films.