Ntala Skinner

Ntala Skinner ( born February 22, 1973 in Sun Valley ) is a former American biathlete.

Ntala Skinner lives in Sun Valley and started for the Sun Valley Ski Club. The soldier began in 1980 with the sport of biathlon. She took in Borovets first time in 1993 at Biathlon World Championships and was part of Joan Miller Smith, Joan Guetschow and Mary Ostergren Eleventh Season race. In individual they came on the 55th and 49th was the sprint. In the season 1993/94 she won a sprint in Canmore than 17 points in the first Biathlon World Cup. After she had in 1994 missed the part in the Olympic Games in Lillehammer, she came back at the Biathlon World Championships 1995 in Antholz used and achieved positions 47 in singles, 64 in the sprint and was with Kristina Sabasteanski, Stacey Wooley and Beth Coats Eighth in the relay race. A year later, the ranks of 32 came in Ruhpolding sprint and 14 Sabasteanski, Miller and Smith Wooley in the relay added. With Deborah Nordyke, Wooley and Sabasteanski they also came with the team to fifth place. In the season 1996/97 Skinner reached with a 12th place in a World Cup race in Anterselva their best result in the World Cup. At the climax of the season, the World Championships in Osrblie, the US-American 74th of Single Page, 55 the prosecution and on the side of Wooley, Nordyke and Sabasteanski Season - Ninth was. The climax of the career, the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano were. In competitions Nozawa Onsen was Skinner of 61 of the Single Page and Wooley, Kara Salmela and Sabasteanski 15th of the season competition. After the season, she finished her career. Skinner was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the U.S. Biathlon.

Biathlon World Cup rankings

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