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  • Christine Marielle Goitschell

    Christine Marielle Goitschell

    French sister Christine (left) and Marielle Goitschel embrace as they are held aloft by adoring fans after they won gold and silver respectively at the women's slalom final during the IX Winter Olympic games in Innsbruck, Austria, February 1, 1964. Two days later their positions were reversed on the giant slalom when Marielle took gold and Christine silver. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
    Friday, January 31, 1964 11:00 PM | Photo
  • Winning Sisters

    Winning Sisters

    1st February 1964: French sisters Christine and Marielle Goitschel embrace each other after respectively winning the gold and silver medals in the slalom event at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)
    Friday, January 31, 1964 11:00 PM | Photo
  • Marielle Goitschel In The Womens Slalom

    Marielle Goitschel In The Womens Slalom

    French skier Marielle Goitschel on the slope during the Women's Slalom event at the Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria, February 1964. Goitschel took the silver medal in the event, finishing just behind her sister, Christine. When the sisters met two days later on the slopes for the Women's Giant Slalon, their finishing places were reversed, with Marielle taking the gold. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
    Friday, January 31, 1964 11:00 PM | Photo
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    Innsbruck 1964-GOITSCHEL Christine (FRA), 1st.
    Tuesday, December 31, 1963 11:00 PM | Photo
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    Grenoble 1968-The ladies skiers between the events. Christine and Marielle GOITSCHEL (FRA).
    Wednesday, January 31, 1968 11:00 PM | Photo
  • News | IOC News

    Women Political Leaders Summit discusses how sport contributes to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

    Ahead of the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan, IOC Member Marisol Casado was invited to represent the IOC at the Women Political Leaders (WPL) Summit in Tokyo, alongside other reputable political leaders such as Antonio Guterres (UN Secretary-General), Christine Lagarde (Managing Director, International Monetary Fund) and Tedros Adhanom (Director General of the World Health Organisation).
    27 Jun 2019 | Olympic News, IOC News, Women in Sport
  • News | Tokyo 2020

    Kim Rhode aiming for seven out of seven at Tokyo 2020

    In 2016, American shooter Kimberly Rhode achieved the unprecedented feat of winning a medal at six straight editions of the Summer Games, going all the way back to her double trap title at Atlanta 1996, aged 17. Now 40 and the skeet world no. 1, she has no intention of stopping any time soon; she is targeting a seventh consecutive medal at Tokyo 2020 and, looking beyond that, victory in front of a home crowd at Los Angeles 2028.
    25 Sep 2019 | Olympic News, United States of America, Shooting, On the road to Tokyo, Tokyo 2020
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