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  • Pernilla Wiberg - Lillehammer 1994

    Pernilla Wiberg - Lillehammer 1994

    Pernilla Wiberg, Sweden - Lillehammer 1994 - Ski alpin, Combiné alpin Crédit : Getty Images
    Monday, January 1, 1900 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Pernilla Wiberg - Lillehammer 1994

    Pernilla Wiberg - Lillehammer 1994

    Pernilla Wiberg, Sweden - Lillehammer 1994 - Ski alpin, Combiné alpin Crédit : Getty Images
    Monday, January 1, 1900 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Pernilla Wiberg - Lillehammer 1994

    Pernilla Wiberg - Lillehammer 1994

    Pernilla Wiberg, Sweden - Lillehammer 1994 - Ski alpin, Combiné alpin Crédit : Getty Images
    Monday, January 1, 1900 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Pernilla Wiberg - Lillehammer 1994

    Pernilla Wiberg - Lillehammer 1994

    Pernilla Wiberg, Sweden - Lillehammer 1994 - Ski alpin, Combiné alpin Crédit : Getty Images
    Monday, January 1, 1900 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Lillehammer 1994 mascots

    Lillehammer 1994 mascots

    LiLillehammer was the first city to present mascots representing human beings, i.e. “Haakon and Kristin”, two children belonging to Norwegian folklore and inspired by characters of 13th century Norway. They were the first mascots to refer to historical characters.Copyright : CIO Photographer : Jean-Jacques Strahm
    Monday, January 1, 1900 12:00 AM | Photo
  • RAAER019

    RAAER019

    104th IOC session, Budapest-Presentation Quebec 2002, Myriam BEDARD (CAN) 1st in biathlon, Lillehammer 1994.
    Friday, June 16, 1995 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Fair Play Award

    Fair Play Award

    Rene Maheu (1905 - 1975), Director-General of UNESCO, awards the International Fair Play trophy to Italian bobsleigh champion Eugenio Monti (1928 - 2003), 20th May 1965. Looking on are French tennis champion Jean Borotra (1898 - 1994, centre left) and Maurice Herzog (centre right), French Minister of Youth and Sport. Monti won the award for an act of sportsmanship during the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck. (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
    Thursday, May 20, 1965 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Portrait Of Gretchen Fraser

    Portrait Of Gretchen Fraser

    American skier Gretchen Fraser (1919 - 1994) holds a pair of skis as she poses for a portrait during the V Winter Olympic Games, February 1948, St. Moritz, Switzerland. Fraser won the gold in the women's slalom to be America's first Winter gold-medalist at the Olympics. She also won silver in the alpine combined. (Photo by FPG/Getty Images)
    Sunday, February 1, 1948 12:00 AM | Photo
  • JAYNE TORVILL AND CHRISTOPHER

    JAYNE TORVILL AND CHRISTOPHER

    1984: Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean of Great Britain wave to the crowd pose with their gold medals after winning the ice dance in the figure skating competition at the 1984 Winter Olympic Games held in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. The couple very nearly accomplished one of the greatest Olympic come-backs in history when they took advantage of the IOC rule change in 1993 enabling professional skaters to compete in the Games. They caused raptures in the Games of 1984 in Sarajevo with their interpretationof Ravel's Bolero; for many among the millions who watched this Olympic event on television, the memory is indelible. But ten years on, the pair were not quite able to recapture their verve and athleticism and finished in the bronze medal position in Lillehammer.
    Sunday, January 1, 1984 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Mens Single Luge

    Mens Single Luge

    ALBERTVILLE, FRANCE - FEBRUARY 14: Georg Hackl #4 (Germany) competes on the third day of the men's single luge which was on February 14, 1992, during the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France. Georg Hackl would win the gold in 1992, 1994, and 1998. He was the only singles luger to win three consecutive Olympic gold medals. (Photo by Bob Martin/Getty Images)
    Friday, February 14, 1992 12:00 AM | Photo
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