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Weber, Randy

Date of Birth: May 22, 1977

City/State of Birth: Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Current Residence: Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Olympics and Events Attended:
1994 Olympics, Lillehammer, Norway ~ Ski Jumping
1998 Olympics, Nagano, Japan ~ Ski Jumping

Brief Biography:
Weber started skiing at the age of three and jumping when he was six. "When you're living in Ski Town, USA, you're born and raised with skis on your feet," he says. Weber says he was "one of those crazy kids that liked to go fast and go off the jumps" and his parents thought he would outgrow the interest. Instead he went on to compete and set a hill record when he was 13 in St. Petersburg, Russia and became one of the most dominant jumpers in the U.S. by 1992. Weber won both the J-I and J-II 90 meter Junior Olympics in 1992. At the age of 16, he was one of the youngest competitors at the 1994 Olympics games. He took three World Cup top 25 finishes during the 1996 season, including a sixth at Predazzo, Italy.
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The Board and Staff of the Tread of Pioneers Museum respectfully acknowledge the Ute people, the original inhabitants of Northwest Colorado, and other Indigenous Nations of this area where we now reside. We recognize that the establishment of this region impacted the lifeways of Native peoples and their communities. In accepting this, we are called to utilize this educational institution to teach stewardship of the land and continuing commitment to the inclusion and respect of these Nations and their traditional values for their homelands.