Ross Anderson (skier)

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Ross Anderson

Ross Anderson is a FIS World Cup/Professional alpine Skier as well as Native American speed skier. He broke the former American Indian Record in 1997 with a speed of 137.86 mph flying by the former American Indian Record Holder held by Stew Young from the Tulalip tribe with a speed of 131.73 mph at VARS France 1997."[1] On April 19, 2006 he set a new page in recorded history by being the fastest alpine skier from the Western Hemisphere, at 154.06 mph (247.93 km/h); this places him 9th in the world all-Time Rankings.[citation needed]

Anderson's heritage includes Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, Mescalero Apache, and Choctaw origin.[citation needed] He grew up in Durango, Colorado.[1] He lives in Taos, New Mexico.

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