Nuša Tome-Babnik was born in October 19th 1960 in Ljubljana, she died on November 10th 2015. She was a Slovenian Alpine skier, who competed for Yugoslavia on Winter Olympic Games in year 1980 in Lake Placid. She competed in giant slalom and slalom. In category giant slalom she won 22. place. She also competed in the Olympic Games four years later in Sarajevo, 1984. In giant slalom she won 21. place. In year 1978 in World cup in slalom she won 33. place.
At age of 14 she crossed representation threshold and was chosen for the best selection of her generation in year 1974. She was an excellent skier, but besides that also very positive, a person who took care for fun parts of that time jointly living with her co-competitors. Ten times she ranked in best 15, her biggest success was 7th place in slalom on Golden Fox in year 1984, 8th place in Giant slalom in San Sicario in year 1982 and in slalom in Setrier in year 1983.
After she finished her sport carrier, she was employed as professor of Physical education, two times she was the best athlete of Carniola. In sports she was active as member of the council of Foundation for Sport, discipline commission of Ski federation of Slovenia and jumping club Ilirija.
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