||included the Ogden City Recreation Ski School, co-sponsored by the Ogden Standard Examiner, and the Utah Racing School, one of the earliest and most successful racing programs in the West. Gladys also served as a race official and organizer of Intermountain junior ski racing, She and Earl raised three sons Alan, Dale, and Ray, all became successful ski racers. JEAN SAUBERT - Jean Saubert is a champion on and off the ski slopes. On the competitive front, she is a two-time junior national winner and raced in the rarified ranks of World Championships and FIS events. In 1963, she won the Harriman Cup and Snow Cup and donned the bronze and silver medals in the slalom and giant slalom respectively in the 1964 Olympic Winter Games. Her accomplishments are equally impressive on the public service front. With degrees from Oregon State University and Brigham Young University, Jean taught elementary school for 32 years. She is also active in ski-related fund raising and has been a Literacy Volunteer. Jean coached junior racers, mentored ski teams at BYU, Sundance and Snowbird, and competed in Over-30 soccer for 22 years. It is no wonder Jean Saubert is a member of the National Ski Hall of Fame. 2004 SKI AFFAIR Thursday October 21, 2004 Make your reservations today ! Call: 581-8558 e-mail: sk.iarchives.org S. J. QUINNEY AWARD 2004 HISTORY MAKER AWARD 2004 SUZY HARRIS RYTTING Suzy Harris Rytting carved an impressive swath in the regional and national competitive ski scenes in the 1940s. It all began on a pair of borrowed boots and a last-place finish in her first major race, then culminated when she was named a member of the United States Olympic Ski Team in 1952. When it was discovered she was pregnant, a fact she was not aware of, Olympic officials in Oslo disqualified her from competition. Before that, her skiing triumphs during the late 1940s established her as one of the finest female skiers in the country: The Snow Cup, Knudsen Cup and Glacier (Mt. Timpanogos) races in 1947; the Harriman Cup and National Championships-Combined in 1948; the Rustler Cup, Snow Cup, Western Interstate Championships, Millicent Cup, Intermountain Ski Assn. (ISA) Championships and Timpanogos Glacier Race in 1949. From 1947 through 1952, she was National Slalom, Downhill and Giant Slalom Champion and was a National Medalist eight times. She won the Mary Cornelia National Collegiate Trophy in 1947 and was named an alternate on the 1948 U.S. Olympic Alpine Team and a member of the 1950s U.S. Women's FIS World Cup Team, which was recognized as the first USA Ski Team. Suzy was inducted into the National Ski Hall of Fame in 1988 and in 1999 was named one of Utah's "50 Greatest Athletes of the Century" by The Salt Lake Tribune.