Star from Colorado was 74
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. -- Former Olympian and 14-time national Nordic skiing champion Marvin Crawford has died after suffering a stroke.
Crawford died Monday at his home in Colorado Springs.
He was 74.
Crawford grew up in Steamboat Springs and began ski jumping at the age of 12. He won the national junior championship two years later.
He finished 23rd while competing in the Nordic combined in the
1956 Olympics in Cortina, Italy, but tallied more points than ...
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