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Laurentian Ski Hall of Fame – LSM
Harry Pangman was the co-founder and the first president of the Red Birds Ski Club between 1928 and 1936. He was the winner of the Quebec-Kandahar downhill, Mont-Tremblant and the 2nd on the combined in 1932. He was finish second in the Laurentian Zone, 50 kilometers ski race in 1935. In 1938-39, he was the vice-president of Canadian Amateur Ski Association. In 1940, he was the winner of the Downhill and Slalom combined at Mont-Baldy. Also, he was the chairman of the Selection Committee in 1948 Olympic Games.