At a glance
Barbara Cochran is the best known of the skiing Cochran family, which has contributed three women and one man to the U.S. Olympic ski team. Taught by her father, Mickey, who later became U.S. alpine coach, she started skiing at age four and won her first big title at the 1966 Junior Nationals when she took the giant slalom. At the 1970 FIS World Championships, Cochran finished second in the slalom and repeated that finish in the 1970 World Cup. She also placed third in the giant slalom in the 1970 World Cup. She continued to rank among the top...
Barbara in numbers
Sapporo 1972GamesResultsSportEventSapporo 1972
11Alpine SkiingGiant Slalom
1 Gold medalAlpine SkiingSlalom