Full name: Jack Edward Nagel
Height: 5-8.5 (175 cm)
Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)
Born: January 30, 1926 in Port Townsend, Washington, United States
Died: March 11, 2004 in Spokane, Washington, United States
Affiliations: Sun Valley Ski Club, Sun Valley (USA)
Country: United States
Sport: Alpine Skiing
Related Olympians: Father of Judy Nagel.
Born in Port Townsend, Washington, the son and grandson of loggers, Jack Nagel lived a large life, one that enabled an obituary to label him a “legendary skier, aviator, coach, Olympian, and storyteller.” After making the 1952 Winter Olympic team, he returned to Washington where he taught skiers at Stevens Pass and Crystal Mountain, founding the Crystal Mountain Alpine Club (CMAC). He and his wife raised two daughters who competed for the US in skiing. His oldest, Cathy, won three gold medals at the 1967 Winter Universiade in Germany, while [Judy Nagel] competed on the World Cup circuit and at the 1968 Winter Olympics. Cathy later designed skiwear and the Nagel family started their own company to distribute it. Later in life, he became a pilot, practicing acrobatic flying, and he also was known as a local motorboat racer.
|1952 Winter||26||Oslo||Alpine Skiing||Men's Giant Slalom||United States||USA||29|
|1952 Winter||26||Oslo||Alpine Skiing||Men's Slalom||United States||USA||35 r1/2|
|1952 Winter||26||Oslo||Alpine Skiing||United States||Final Standings||29||2:42.0|
|1952 Winter||26||Oslo||Alpine Skiing||United States||Final Standings||35 r1/2|
|1952 Winter||26||Oslo||Alpine Skiing||United States||Run 1||35||1:07.3||0:00|