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  • News | Lake Placid 1932

    Henie soars to top of figure skating world

    Sonja Henie (NOR) was just 11 years of age at Chamonix 1924, where she understandably suffered from a lack of experience and finished last in the women’s figure skating competition. At St. Moritz 1928, aged 15, she showed maturity beyond her years, impressing fans and judges alike as she deservedly claimed her first Olympic gold medal.
    10 Feb 1932 | Lake Placid 1932, Figure Skating, Norway, HENIE, Sonja, Olympic News
  • News | St. Moritz 1928

    Brunet and Joly open France’s gold medal account

    The pair skating competition at St Moritz 1928 took place on the morning of the final day of the Games, along with the last two ice hockey matches. Thirteen pairs representing ten nations took part, among them France’s Andrée Joly and Pierre Brunet, who first teamed up a few months before Chamonix 1924, where they won bronze.
    19 Feb 1928 | St. Moritz 1928, Olympic News, Figure Skating, France
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