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Jimmie Heuga
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    (September 22, 1943-February 8, 2010)
    Born in Squaw Valley, California
    Alpine ski racer
    Attended the University of Colorado-Boulder
    Olympic bronze medalist in the Slalom event (1964)
    Namesake for the nonprofit organization, The Heuga Center for Multiple Sclerosis
    His birthplace is also recorded as San Francisco, California or Tahoe City, California.
    He got disqualified during his first Olympics appearance in the giant slalom event (1964).
    During his final Olympics appearance, he finish in 10th place in giant slalom and in 7th place in slalom (1968).
    He joined the U.S. ski team as the youngest skier at 15.
    He was the 1963 NCAA slalom champion.
    He was one of the first two men (Billy Kidd was the first to medal) from the United States to win an Olympic medal in alpine skiing.
    He was a fundraiser and coach for the U.S. ski team.
    He was forced to retire from skiing after he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
    He was an advocate who gave advice to people who have multiple sclerosis on how to fight the disease.

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