La belle Parisien

Johnson, William Oscar
December 1992
Sports Illustrated;12/7/92, Vol. 77 Issue 24, p74
Profiles Julie Parisien, one of the top United States skiers. A profile of pain, anguish and courage at the 1992 Olympics; Subsequent victories; Her destiny of becoming the American female skiing star of the 1990s; Her fantastic potential; Her need to learn patience; Origin and family background; Education and career progress; Biggest thing missing from her life; Her favorite male friend; Her shortcoming in high-speed events; More.


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