Full name: Max S. Marolt
Born: April 16, 1936 in Aspen, Colorado, United States
Died: July 28, 2003 in Las Leñas, Mendoza, Argentina
Affiliations: Aspen Ski Club, Aspen (USA)
Country: United States
Sport: Alpine Skiing
Related Olympians: Brother of Bill Marolt.
Max Marolt placed third in the 1951 US junior ski championships, later attending the University of Denver. Known for his breakneck style, he competed for the US at the 1960 Winter Olympics and the 1954 and 1958 World Championships. Marolt supported himself as a carpenter during his racing days. But he later settled in Aspen, helping to establish that community as a ski mecca. He became a local politician, originally starting out as a County Commissioner. In 1995 he was named to the Aspen City Council, and in 1997 he ran for mayor of Aspen, unsuccessfully. Marolt was inducted into the US Ski Hall of Fame in 2003.
|1960 Winter||23||Squaw Valley||Alpine Skiing||Men's Downhill||United States||USA||18|
|1960 Winter||23||Squaw Valley||Alpine Skiing||Men's Giant Slalom||United States||USA||21|
|1960 Winter||23||Squaw Valley||Alpine Skiing||United States||Final Standings||18||2:14.2|
|1960 Winter||23||Squaw Valley||Alpine Skiing||United States||Final Standings||21||1:54.9|