Kate Pace

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Kate Pace Lindsay
Personal information
Birth name Kate Pace
Born (1969-02-13) February 13, 1969 (age 48)
North Bay, Ontario
Sport
Sport Alpine skiing

Kate Pace (born February 13, 1969), also known as Kate Pace Lindsay, is a retired Canadian alpine skier.

Born in North Bay, Ontario, she won six World Cup medals and three Canadian downhill championships. She finished 1st place in the downhill event at the 1993 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. She finished 14th at the 1994 Alpine Skiing World Cup.

She was a member of the national team at the 1994 Winter Olympics and the 1998 Winter Olympics.

She retired in 1998. She is married to Mark Lindsay, a chiropractor.

In 1993, she was awarded the Velma Springstead Trophy and the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award.

A twelve kilometre pathway, the Kate Pace Way, located in North Bay, Ontario is named in her honour. It is a multi-use trail for walking, jogging, cycling, and inline skating.

References[edit]

  • James Christie (June 4, 1998). "Pace Lindsay calls it quits". The Globe and Mail. p. S4. 

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