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Lloyd Ellingson

Full name: Lloyd C. Ellingson
Gender: Male
Born: February 23, 1908 in Colfax, Wisconsin, United States
Died: March 28, 1946 in Spring Valley, Wisconsin, United States
Affiliations: Wisconsin Hoofers / St. Olaf College
Country: USA United States
Sport: Nordic Combined

Biography

Lloyd Ellingson attended St. Olaf College, becoming the first Olympian from that school, also representing the Wisconsin Hoofers. After graduation, he attended law school at U Cal Berkeley, but also spent some time at the University of Norway on a scholarship. He became a prominent district attorney in Dunn County, Wisconsin, and also served as secretary of the National Ski Association from 1938-46. Ellingson served in the Navy during World War II, and was a flight instructor. He was killed when the private plane he was piloting crashed near his hometown of Menomonie, Wisconsin. His son, Paul Lloyd Ellingson, became a noted water color artist and architectural theorist, and taught at the Salt Lake Art Center and the University of Utah.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1932 Winter 23 Lake Placid Nordic Combined Men's Individual United States USA 16

Men's Individual

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank PTS T D DP SP J1S J2S J3S
1932 Winter 23 Lake Placid Nordic Combined United States Final Standings 16 354.20
1932 Winter 23 Lake Placid Nordic Combined United States Cross Country Skiing, 18 kilometres 22 160.50 1-44:14
1932 Winter 23 Lake Placid Nordic Combined United States Ski Jumping, Normal Hill 17 193.7
1932 Winter 23 Lake Placid Nordic Combined United States Ski Jumping, Normal Hill Jump 1 23 90.3 45.0 45.3 45.0 16.5 14.0 14.5
1932 Winter 23 Lake Placid Nordic Combined United States Ski Jumping, Normal Hill Jump 2 6 103.4 56.0 54.9 48.5 17.0 15.0 16.5
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