||2002 History-Maker Honorees SHANNON BAHRKE, Tahoe City, CA, resident of Park City, UT - 2002 Olympic Winter Games moguls skiing silver medal; two World Cup victories in moguls, 2002; 2002 ranks third in World Cup moguls standings; 2002 U.S. moguls champion; 22 career World Cup top 10 finishes. The one-time University of Utah student started skiing at age three, takes a lucky teddy bear on her travels; says, "Success is failure turned inside out." ERIC BERGOUST, Missoula, MT -Reigning overall freestyle skiing champion; back-to-back World Cup aerials champion (2001-2002); 15 World Cup victories; 1999 World Championships gold medal; 1998 Olympic Games aerials gold medal; 1997 World Championships aerials silver medal. A native of Missoula, he had visions as a youngster of being a stunt man or fighter pilot. RICKY BOWER, Park City - 1999 World Championships halfpipe snowboard gold medal. His father was two-time Olympian in Nordic skiing but says he prefers to express himself through the elements of halfpipe vs. running gates. STEVE COOK, Salt Lake City - 2000 World Disabled Championships 10-km classic technique gold medal; 5-km classic technique bronze medal, 20-km freestyle technique bronze; 2002 Paralympic Winter Games, 5-km, 10-km, 20-km silver medals; anchored relay team that won silver medal. He wears a prosthetic on his right leg that was severed below the knee in a 1998 farm accident. MUFFY DAVIS, Sun Valley - 1998 Paralympic Winter Games slalom bronze medal; 2000 World Championships giant slalom gold medal; 2002 Paralympic Winter Games downhill, super-G, giant slalom silver medals. She broke her back during a ski racing accident in 1989 that left her paralyzed below the waist; retired from racing after the 2002 season. Muffv Davis m 1 wSm JOE PACK, Park City - 2002 Olympic Winter Games freestyle skiing silver medal; 1999 and 2001 World Championships aerials bronze medal; 1997, 2000 and 2001 World Cup aerials victories; 1999 and 2001 U.S. aerials champion; 1996 World Juniors freestyle champion. A ski jumper growing up in New Hampshire, Joe turned to aerial skiing at age 12. JAKE RIFE, Pocatello, ID - 1996 World Disabled Championships downhill and slalom bronze medal; 1998 Paralympic Winter Games super-G silver, slalom bronze; 2000 World Disabled Championships slalom silver; 2002 Paralympic Winter Games downhill bronze. He took up skiing in 1988 after a freak accident injured his spine. NIKKI STONE, Park City - Four-time U.S. aerials champion; 13 World Cup victories; two-time Olympian; 1995 World Championships aerials gold medal; 1995 World Cup aerials champion; 1998 Olympic aerials champion; 1998 World Cup aerials champion; 1999 World Championships aerials bronze medal. A native of Boston and a one-time budding gymnast, she retired from elite competition after the 1999 season. SONDRA VAN ERT, Ketchum, Idaho -Two-time U.S. Olympic Team member; 1995 member of the first U.S. Snowboard Team; won medals in each of the first three Snowboard World Championships, including gold in giant slalom in 1997; 1996 World Championships giant slalom bronze; 1996 World Championships parallel slalom, bronze; 1997 World Championships, giant slalom gold; 1999 World Championships giant slalom bronze. A native of Des Moines, Iowa, she grew up in Utah, graduated from the University of Utah and was a member of the U of U Ski Team and was a one-time World Cup competitor in alpine skiing. CLAY FOX, Gillette, WY/ Heber City, UT -2000 World Disabled Championships giant slalom gold medal, slalom bronze medal; 2002 Paralympic Winter Games three top-five finishes. At age 15, a 1994 auto accident cost him his left le£ - today he is reigning World Disabled giant slalom champion. LACEY HEWARD, Park City - She won the bronze medal in both Giant Slalom and SuperG in the 2002 Paralympic Games. At age 16 months, a 100-lb. barbell fell on her, pinching her spine and paralyzing her below the waist. J°e Pack CHRIS WADDELL, Park City - 1992 Paralympic Winter Games slalom and giant slalom silver medals; 1994 Paralympics downhill, super-G, giant slalom and slalom gold medals; 1998 Paralympics downhill gold medal, super-G and slalom silver medals; 2000 World Disabled Championships slalom gold, downhill and giant slalom silver medals; 2002 Paralympic Winter Games downhill silver, giant slalom and slalom bronze medals. He became a disabled skier after he broke his back in a 1998 skiing accident while racing for Middlebury College. He has also competed in two Paralympic Summer Games in track racing, mainly middle distance such as the 800 m.