Avid Skiers or Sports Feminists?: The Women Skiers of the Penguin Ski Club and Their Relationship to Canadian Ski Clubs and Ski Organizations, 1932-1972

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Avid Skiers or Sports Feminists?: The Women Skiers of the Penguin Ski Club and Their Relationship to Canadian Ski Clubs and Ski Organizations, 1932-1972
Abstract
The Penguin Ski Club was the first ski club to be founded in Canada by women for women only. Founded in 1932 to complement McGill University's all-male Red Birds Ski Club formed in 1928 by graduate ski team members, the Penguins were Montreal women who had become friends and shared a love of skiing.
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research paper
University
Concordia University
Place
Montreal
Date
1999
Language
en
Citation
Winlo, Andrea. “Avid Skiers or Sports Feminists?: The Women Skiers of the Penguin Ski Club and Their Relationship to Canadian Ski Clubs and Ski Organizations, 1932-1972.” Research paper, Concordia University, 1999.
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