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Laurentian Ski Hall of Fame – LSM
Born in 1902 at Montréal, Allison Holland was an early skier on self made barrel staves, tied with rubber bands, on Mount Royal in 1912. He then became a downhill expert skier until the age of 85. In 1955, he opened a renowned accident clinic, near Hill 70 (Saint-Sauveur), treating upwards of 13,000 skiing injuries, setting casts on more ant 2 000 broken legs alone, while vigorously urging better safety standards on ski hills and ski equipment. Through his implication and work with injured skiers, he was really a pionner in sport medecine.