The Engen brothers, born in Norway, emigrated to Utah, United States, where they became known for their skills as skiers. They also helped to develop skiing and especially ski jumping, in the Intermountain West.
- Alf Engen (May 15, 1909–July 20, 1997)
- Sverre Engen (January 28, 1911 – April 4, 2001)
- Corey Engen (March 30, 1916 – May 9, 2006)
- Engen, Alan K. First Tracks: A Century of Skiing in Utah (Gibbs Smith, 2001) ISBN 1586850784
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