Former World Downhill Champion Kate Pace Lindsay has called it a career. Pace Lindsay announced Wednesday that she is retiring from competitive skiing after a 10-year career with the Canadian Alpine Ski Team. "After many seasons of competing on the World Cup tour, I have decided that I have given my best effort towards the sport," the 29-year-old native of North Bay, Ont. said. "I appreciate the many people who have helped to mold and develop my career, from my early days of ski racing until now." Pace Lindsay won the downhill at the 1993 world championships in Morioka, Japan racing with a broken wrist. She also won two World Cup downhills in her career and was ranked number one and number two in the world in 1993 and 1994 respectively. She was fourth in an extremely fast and difficult World Cup downhill at Whistler in 1994. She was also Canadian downhill champion three times. Pace Lindsay’s retirement leaves Whistler’s Edith Rozsa as the senior member of the Canadian women’s team.