||HISTORY-MAKER AWARD WINNERS Monte Meier, Park City, Utah - At age eight, Monte lost his right leg in a garden tilling accident. He started skiing the next year and mastered the art and science of being a three-track skier (one leg and outriggers on his ski poles) to become one of the best one-legged skiers in the world. He won the final World Cup slalom in 2005, the same year he was runner-up in World Cup slalom points. He won the 2004 World Championships slalom bronze medal. That year Monte also won gold and silver in slalom in the U.S. Disabled Alpine World Cup races. In 2002 he was the World Cup champion in slalom and won the silver medal in the discipline during the 2002 Paralympic Winter Games. Nathan Roberts, Park City, Utah - A native of Ogden, Utah, and a graduate of the Park City Winter School, Nathan made his World Cup debut in 2003, won his first World Cup contest (night moguls) the next season, and captured the gold medal in moguls at the 2005 World Championships. In 2005 he also won the U.S. moguls and duals titles and won a duals World Cup event. He won bronze in moguls during the 2006 Freestyle World Cup in Spindleruv, _ Cze. In 2004 he won a World Cup duals title and the year prior was NorAm dual moguls champion. In 2003, he picked up gold and silver in N orAm competition. Congratulations On Your Re~ent A~~omplishments Erik Schlopy, Park City, Utah - A native of upstate New York, Erik started skiing at age two, was Eastern Division junior champion at 14 and made the U.S. Ski Team at 18. He was a member of the U.S. Olympic Teams in 1994, 2002 and 2006. He has won seven U.S. ski titles. During the 2002 U.S. National Championships he won silver in slalom and bronze in giant slalom. He won bronze in giant slalom in the 2003 World Championships and won bronze that year in FIS N orAm Cup competition. In the 2005, he won gold in giant slalom in the U.S. National Alpine Championships and silver in the FIS NorAm Cup. During FIS competition in 2006, he won bronze and silver in slalom. Stephani Victor, Park City, Utah - A former film student and actress, Stephani experienced her own gold-medal - if improbable - script. In 1995 an auto accident in her driveway resulted in her having both legs amputated above the knee. Three years - and eleven reconstructive surgeries - later, she took her first disabled skier lesson. Since then, she has won a Paralympic Games bronze medal in downhill in 2002, the 2004 World Cup slalom championship, the 2004 World Championships slalom gold, super G silver and downhill bronze; and, the 2002 World Championships in slalom. During the 2006 Paralympic Winter Games Stephani won the overall gold medal in sit-ski women's slalom. She has six U.S. ski titles: three in slalom, two in giant slalom and one in super G.