Biography of Elizabeth Allan-Shetter (1947-VVVV)

American water skier, who won at least two races a year at the national championships of the United States, obtaining a total 42 titles for thirteen years (1962-1975). Proclaimed champion in the world of 1965, 1969 and 1973, and in 1972 he/she participated in the Olympic Games in Munich, where water skiing arose as a sport of display, which won the gold medal.