STRATTON, Vt. (AP) - The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum has inducted five new members into its hall of fame.
Ross Powers, C.B. Vaughan Jr. and Sverre Caldwell, as well as the late Emo Henrich and the late Fred Pabst Jr., were inducted Saturday in a ceremony at the Stratton Mountain Club.
Powers was a world champion snowboarder who won medals at the 1998 and 2002 Olympics, and Caldwell was a Nordic skiing coach at Stratton Mountain School for more than three decades.
Vaughan set the world speed-skiing record in 1963, topping 105 mph, and later founded CB Sports apparel company.
The Rutland Herald reports that Heinrich, who died in 2009, helped start the Stratton Mountain School. Pabst, who died in 1977, was a pioneer in trail grooming and snowmaking.
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