Sue Forbes was from Alaska but attended Dartmouth, graduating in 1992 with a degree in math and science. She later did graduate work at the University of Alaska. Forbes won the Seawolf Triathlon in Alaska in 1984-85, which consisted of kayaking, running, and cross-country skiing. Internationally her best races in cross-country skiing were two fifth places in Continental Cup in 1993 at Thunder Bay, Ontario. In 1995 she moved from one extreme to the other, settling on Molokai, in Hawaiâi.
|1992 Winter||30||Albertville||Cross Country Skiing||Women's 15 kilometres||United States||USA||41|
|1992 Winter||30||Albertville||Cross Country Skiing||United States||Final Standings||41||49:42.7||6:14.0||37||26:11.5||39|