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Warren Cummings Smith

Trace Smith
Personal information
Birth name Warren Smith
Full name Warren Cummings Smith III
Nickname(s) Trace
Nationality American-Estonian
Born (1992-06-21) 21 June 1992
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Residence Dedham, Massachusetts
Height 1.89 m (6 ft 2 12 in)
Weight 92.98 kg (205.0 lb; 14.642 st)
Country Estonia
Sport Alpine skiing
Event(s) Giant slalom, slalom
College team Dartmouth College Big Green
Coached by Bruce Knoepfel, James JJ Jensen, Peter Dodge, Ted Lockwood

Warren Cummings Smith III, also known as Trace Smith (born June 21, 1992), is an American-Estonian alpine skier who represented Estonia at the 2014 Winter Olympics.[1] He is commonly referred to by the name Trace, alluding to the "III."


  • Career 1
  • Personal 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


Smith was born in Boston. In December 2011, Smith obtained 5th place with 46.68 points in a FIS competition held in Val Saint Come, Canada.[2] In December 2012, he got the 11th place after two runs in a FIS slalom competition held in Panorama, Canada.[3] In December 2013, Smith became the first Estonian man to win the FIS competition in giant slalom held in Tärnaby, Sweden.[4] In February 2013, Smith placed 36th in slalom at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013 in Schladming, Austria.[5]


Smith attends Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, where he is studying economics and government. He competes for the Dartmouth Big Green skiing and sailing teams. Smith resides in Dedham, Massachusetts, with his father, mother and younger twin siblings. He attended Burke Mountain Academy, in East Burke, Vermont, the first sports academy in the country well known for its successful alumni such as Mikaela Shiffrin.[6] Smith grew up racing at Stratton Mountain in Vermont as a member of the Stratton Training Center before attending Burke Mountain Academy. In the summer, Smith sails competitively for the Beverly Yacht Club in Marion, Massachusetts.


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  2. ^ Märt Roosna, Warren Cummings Smith III: "Esindan uhkusega Eestit!", Õhtuleht, January 6, 2012.
  3. ^ Eesti mäesuusataja Warren Cummings Smith näitas taas head taset, Postimees, December 24, 2012.
  4. ^ Eesti mäesuusataja Warren Cummings Smith võitis Rootsis ja tegi ajalugu! ==== Delfi Sport, December 11, 2013.
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External links

  • Warren Cummings Smith – Estonia’s Secret Weapon on the Slopes? Stuart Garlick, Estonian Public Broadcasting, January 31, 2014.
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