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    Carol Jean L. Moseke Frost (born March 8, 1945 in Cedar Rapids, Nebraska) is a female track and field athlete from the United States, competing in the discus throw.She represented her native country at the 1968 Summer Olympics, and won the gold medal in the women's discus throw event at the 1967 Pan American Games in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

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  2. Carol Frost. Carol Frost was a world-class athlete and one of the first female varsity coaches at Nebraska. She was also the first woman from Nebraska and the first Husker female student-athlete to compete in the Olympics, throwing the discus at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics. Frost achieved her Olympic dream despite competing during an era when ...

  3. Carol Frost has two athletics-related memories that immediately come to mind from a lifetime that features a wealth of them. “One is the Olympic opening ceremonies.

  4. Aug 02, 2015 · At 70, the world is again former Olympian Carol Frost's stage. Carol Frost wins the shot put in the 70-74 age group at Sunday’s State Games of America at Lincoln High. Her throws this season are ...

  5. Sep 05, 2017 · In the third episode of Season 2 of "Where I Come From" — a World-Herald podcast — host Dirk Chatelain sits down for an in-depth interview with Carol Frost, the first female Olympian from ...

  6. Jul 16, 2012 · Frost kept working hard, despite the challenges. By the time the Olympic Trials took place in 1968, Frost had been bumped to second place in the national standings by a Czechoslovakian who had married an American and become a citizen. But the team took the top two throwers, and Frost earned her spot on the U.S. team.

  7. Aug 30, 2019 · Carol Frost is one of those going into the Husker Hall of Fame this weekend. ... It was enough for Carol to use to become an Olympian. So this is why Scott Frost calls her the best athlete in the ...

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