Tom Corcoran (skier)

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Thomas Corcoran, better known as Tom Corcoran, is a four-time United States national champion in alpine skiing and a two-time Olympian. In addition to seven years of international ski racing, Corcoran also raced competitively for Dartmouth College.

After his alpine racing career, Corcoran opened the Waterville Valley Resort in New Hampshire. He served as an executive at the ski area until 1990.

Corcoran was inducted into the National Ski Hall of Fame in 1978 and was presented with the first New England Ski Museum Spirit of Skiing award in 2006.

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