Pam Fletcher

Olympian / Ski Coach

Olympian Pam Fletcher is a joy to ski with. Her enthusiasm for life and the sport is infectious. As a ski racer who stormed onto the world stage in the 1980s with the US Ski Team, she was the most popular woman skier of the mid-1980s and she was the favorite for the Downhill during the 1988 Calgary Winter Games. With a World Cup win and multiple podium finishes, she is a US Ski Team living legend. She grew up skiing at her family’s ski area Nashoba Valley in Massachusetts. Fletcher honed her skills with the guidance of Al Fletcher, her father and founder of the ski area. She has been an Olympic announcer and television personality and is currently the voice of the World Pro Ski Tour. Pam’s debut in broadcasting came in 1988 with Bob Beattie on ESPN as an analyst for World Cup skiing. She covered the Olympic Men and Women’s Alpine Skiing events for Turner Broadcasting in both Albertville and Lillehammer. In addition, Pam has covered skiing events for ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX Sports, and the Outdoor Life Network. Skiing with “Fletch” is an experience not to be missed.

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