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OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASTV
February 24, 2010
Bronze medallist Marion Josserand (R) of France, gold medallist Ashleigh McIvor (C) of Canada and silver...
Vancouver, Canada
Medallists smile during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle skiing competition at...
Bronze medallist Marion Josserand (R) of France, gold medallist Ashleigh McIvor (C) of Canada and silver medallist Hedda Berntsen of Norway smile during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle skiing competition at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASSM
February 24, 2010
Bronze medallist Marion Josserand (R) of France, gold medallist Ashleigh McIvor (C) of Canada and silver...
Vancouver, Canada
Medallists pose during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle skiing competition at the...
Bronze medallist Marion Josserand (R) of France, gold medallist Ashleigh McIvor (C) of Canada and silver medallist Hedda Berntsen of Norway pose during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle skiing competition at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASS3
February 24, 2010
Hedda Berntsen of Norway displays her silver medal during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross...
Vancouver, Canada
Berntsen of Norway displays her silver medal during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle...
Hedda Berntsen of Norway displays her silver medal during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle skiing competition at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASRW
February 24, 2010
Bronze medallist Marion Josserand (L) of France, gold medallist Ashleigh McIvor (C) of Canada and silver...
Vancouver, Canada
Medallists display their medals during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle skiing...
Bronze medallist Marion Josserand (L) of France, gold medallist Ashleigh McIvor (C) of Canada and silver medallist Hedda Berntsen of Norway display their medals during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle skiing competition at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASR2
February 24, 2010
Silver medallist Hedda Berntsen of Norway celebrates during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross...
Vancouver, Canada
Silver medallist Berntsen of Norway celebrates during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle...
Silver medallist Hedda Berntsen of Norway celebrates during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle skiing competition at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASQR
February 24, 2010
Silver medallist Hedda Berntsen (L) of Norway jumps on the podium as gold medallist Ashleigh McIvor of...
Vancouver, Canada
Silver medallist Berntsen of Norway jumps on the podium during the medal ceremony for the women's ski...
Silver medallist Hedda Berntsen (L) of Norway jumps on the podium as gold medallist Ashleigh McIvor of Canada applauds during the medal ceremony for the women's ski cross freestyle skiing competition at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASEM
February 23, 2010
Gold medalist Ashleigh McIvor of Canada (C), silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway (L) and bronze...
Vancouver, Canada
McIvor, Berntsen and Josserand celebrate after the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics...
Gold medalist Ashleigh McIvor of Canada (C), silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway (L) and bronze medalist Marion Josserand of France celebrate after the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASEG
February 23, 2010
Gold medalist Ashleigh McIvor of Canada (C), silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway (L) and bronze...
Vancouver, Canada
McIvor, Berntsen and Josserand celebrate after the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics...
Gold medalist Ashleigh McIvor of Canada (C), silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway (L) and bronze medalist Marion Josserand of France celebrate after the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASE9
February 23, 2010
Silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway celebrates during the final of the women's ski cross finals...
Vancouver, Canada
Silver medalist Berntsen of Norway celebrates during the final of the women's ski cross finals on Cypress...
Silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway celebrates during the final of the women's ski cross finals on Cypress Mountain at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASDN
February 23, 2010
Gold medalist Ashleigh McIvor of Canada (C), silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway (L) and bronze...
Vancouver, Canada
McIvor, Berntsen and Josserand celebrate after the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics...
Gold medalist Ashleigh McIvor of Canada (C), silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway (L) and bronze medalist Marion Josserand of France celebrate after the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASDA
February 23, 2010
Gold medalist Ashleigh McIvor of Canada (C), silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway (L) and bronze...
Vancouver, Canada
McIvor, Berntsen and Josserand celebrate after the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics...
Gold medalist Ashleigh McIvor of Canada (C), silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway (L) and bronze medalist Marion Josserand of France celebrate after the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASD0
February 23, 2010
Silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway celebrates during the final of the women's ski cross finals...
Vancouver, Canada
Silver medalist Berntsen of Norway celebrates during the final of the women's ski cross finals on Cypress...
Silver medalist Hedda Berntsen of Norway celebrates during the final of the women's ski cross finals on Cypress Mountain at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASCD
February 23, 2010
Canada's Ashleigh McIvor (C) leads France's Marion Josserand (R) and Norway's Hedda Berntsen en route...
Vancouver, Canada
McIvor leads Josserand and Berntsen en route to taking the gold in the women's ski cross finals during...
Canada's Ashleigh McIvor (C) leads France's Marion Josserand (R) and Norway's Hedda Berntsen en route to taking the gold medal in the women's ski cross finals during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 23, 2010. Berntsen took silver and Josserand bronze. REUTERS/Mike Blake (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASC4
February 23, 2010
Canada's Ashleigh McIvor (C) leads France's Marion Josserand (R) and Norway's Hedda Berntsen en route...
Vancouver, Canada
McIvor leads Josserand and Berntsen en route to taking the gold in the women's ski cross finals during...
Canada's Ashleigh McIvor (C) leads France's Marion Josserand (R) and Norway's Hedda Berntsen en route to taking the gold medal in the women's ski cross finals during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 23, 2010. Berntsen took silver and Josserand bronze. REUTERS/Mike Blake (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASAV
February 23, 2010
Canada's Ashleigh McIvor (R) leads Norway's Hedda Berntsen (C) and Switzerland's Fanny Smith during their...
Vancouver, Canada
McIvor leads Berntsen and Smith during their semifinals heat in the women's ski cross at the Vancouver...
Canada's Ashleigh McIvor (R) leads Norway's Hedda Berntsen (C) and Switzerland's Fanny Smith during their semifinals heat in the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Blake (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ASAQ
February 23, 2010
Norway's Hedda Berntsen takes the final jump in her semifinals heat in the women's ski cross on Cypress...
Vancouver, Canada
Norway's Berntsen takes the final jump in her semifinals heat in the women's ski cross on Cypress Mountain...
Norway's Hedda Berntsen takes the final jump in her semifinals heat in the women's ski cross on Cypress Mountain at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2AS09
February 23, 2010
Norway's Hedda Berntsen competes during her qualifying run in the women's ski cross at the Vancouver...
Vancouver, Canada
Norway's Berntsen competes during her qualifying run in the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter...
Norway's Hedda Berntsen competes during her qualifying run in the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE/
RTR2ARZ9
February 23, 2010
Norway's Hedda Berntsen celebrates in the finish area after her qualifying run in the women's ski cross...
Vancouver, Canada
Norway's Berntsen celebrates in the finish area after her qualifying run in the women's ski cross during...
Norway's Hedda Berntsen celebrates in the finish area after her qualifying run in the women's ski cross during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-FREESTYLE
RTR2ARYE
February 23, 2010
Norway's Hedda Berntsen competes during her qualifying run in the women's ski cross at the Vancouver...
Vancouver, Canada
Norway's Berntsen competes during her qualifying run in the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter...
Norway's Hedda Berntsen competes during her qualifying run in the women's ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, February 23, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Blake (CANADA)
FREESTYLE-SKIING-ITALY/
RTR1N5V3
March 06, 2007
Norway's Hedda Berntsen (top) and Magdalena Iljans compete in the women's ski cross race at the Freestyle...
Madonna Di Campiglio, Italy
Norway's Berntsen and Iljans compete in the women's ski cross race at the Freestyle World Championship...
Norway's Hedda Berntsen (top) and Magdalena Iljans compete in the women's ski cross race at the Freestyle World Championship in the northern Italian resort of Madonna Di Campiglio March 6, 2007. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR136SN
February 18, 2001
Hedda Berntsen from Norway pushes a pole during the first run of the womens slalom race in Garmisch Partenkirchen,...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
NORWAYS HEDDA BERNTSEN PUSHES A POLE DURING THE FIRST RUN OF THE SLALOM RACE OF GARMISCH PARTENKIRCHEN....
Hedda Berntsen from Norway pushes a pole during the first run of the womens slalom race in Garmisch Partenkirchen, February 18, 2001. Berntsen finished the first run in 38 sec 21 on fifth place.

MAD/CLH/
SAIONI
RTXKAV8
February 08, 2001
France's Christelle Saioni displays her medal won in the women's special slalom during the official presentation...
St. Anton, Austria
France's Christelle Saioni displays her medal won in the women's special slalom during the official .....
France's Christelle Saioni displays her medal won in the women's special slalom during the official presentation ceremony at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 8, 2001. [The gold was won by Anja Paerson of Sweden and the bronze was won by Norway's Hedda Berntsen.]
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR1326V
February 08, 2001
World Champion Anja Paerson of Sweden kisses her gold medal won in the women's special slalom at the...
St. Anton, Austria
SWEDEN'S PAERSON KISSES GOLD MEDAL WON IN SLALOM IN ST.ANTON.
World Champion Anja Paerson of Sweden kisses her gold medal won in the women's special slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 8, 2001. France's Christelle Saioni won silver and Norway's Hedda Berntsen won the bronze.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR1326S
February 08, 2001
France's Christelle Saioni displays her medal won in the women's special slalom during the official presentation...
St. Anton, Austria
FRANCE'S SAIONI DISPLAYS SHOWS SILVER MEDAL FOR SLALOM IN ST.ANTON.
France's Christelle Saioni displays her medal won in the women's special slalom during the official presentation ceremony at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 8, 2001. The gold was won by Anja Paerson of Sweden and the bronze was won by Norway's Hedda Berntsen.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR1326P
February 08, 2001
World Champion and gold medallist in the women's special slalom Anja Paerson of Sweden (R), silver medallist...
St. Anton, Austria
WOMEN'S SLALOM MEDAL WINNERS ON PODIUM IN ST.ANTON.
World Champion and gold medallist in the women's special slalom Anja Paerson of Sweden (R), silver medallist Christelle Saioni (L) and bronze medallist Hedda Berntsen (C) of Norway display their medals during the official presentation ceremony at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 8, 2001.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR1326F
February 08, 2001
World Champion and gold medallist in the women's special slalom Anja Paerson of Sweden (R) and silver...
St. Anton, Austria
SWEDEN'S PAERSON AND FRANCE'S SAIONI SHOW MEDALS DURING OFFICAL CEREMONY IN ST.ANTON.
World Champion and gold medallist in the women's special slalom Anja Paerson of Sweden (R) and silver medallist Christelle Saioni proudly display their medals during the official presentation ceremony at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 8, 2001. The bronze was won by Norway's Hedda Berntsen.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131S3
February 07, 2001
World Champion Anja Paerson of Sweden shows her gold medal won in the women's special slalom at the Alpine...
St. Anton, Austria
SWEDEN'S PAERSON SHOWS GOLD WON IN WOMEN'S SLALOM IN ST.ANTON.
World Champion Anja Paerson of Sweden shows her gold medal won in the women's special slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Silver was won by France's Christelle Saioni and bronze by Norway's Hedda Berntsen.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131S1
February 07, 2001
Sweden's Anja Paerson celebrates in the finish area after winning the gold medal in the women's special...
St. Anton, Austria
SWEDEN'S PAERSON CELEBRATES GOLD IN WOMEN'S SLALOM IN ST.ANTON.
Sweden's Anja Paerson celebrates in the finish area after winning the gold medal in the women's special slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Silver was won by France's Christelle Saioni and bronze by Norway's Hedda Berntsen.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131RY
February 07, 2001
France's Christelle Saioni rides on the shoulders of her husband Christophe as she celebrates her silver...
St. Anton, Austria
FRANCE'S SAIONI IS HELD ALOFT BY HUSBAND CHRISTOPHE IN ST.ANTON.
France's Christelle Saioni rides on the shoulders of her husband Christophe as she celebrates her silver medal during the flower ceremony for the women's slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Sweden's Anja Paerson won gold and Norways Hedda Berntsen the bronze.

NS/
SPORT SKIING ALPINE
RTR131RL
February 07, 2001
World Champion and gold medallist Anja Paerson (R) and silver medallist Christelle Saioni celebrate their...
St. Anton, Austria
SAIONI AND PAERSON CELEBRATE MEDALS DURING FLOWER CEREMONY IN ST.ANTON.
World Champion and gold medallist Anja Paerson (R) and silver medallist Christelle Saioni celebrate their medals won in the women's slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 7, 2001. The bronze was won by Norway's Hedda Berntsen.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131RH
February 07, 2001
France's Christelle Saioni bites her silver medal won in the women's special slalom at the Alpine Skiing...
St. Anton, Austria
FRANCE'S SAIONI BITES SILVER MEDAL IN ST.ANTON.
France's Christelle Saioni bites her silver medal won in the women's special slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Sweden's Anja Paerson won the gold and Norway's Hedda Berntsen the bronze.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131RC
February 07, 2001
Norway's Hedda Berntsen shows her bronze medal won in the women's special slalom at the Alpine Skiing...
St. Anton, Austria
NORWAY'S BERNTSEN SHOWS BRONZE WON IN SLALOM IN ST.ANTON.
Norway's Hedda Berntsen shows her bronze medal won in the women's special slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Sweden's Anja Paerson won the gold and France's Christelle Saioni won silver.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131R3
February 07, 2001
France's silver medallist Christelle Saioni in the women's special slalom celebrates with husband Christophe...
St. Anton, Austria
FRANCE'S SAIONI WITH HUSBAND CHRISTOPHE IN ST.ANTON.
France's silver medallist Christelle Saioni in the women's special slalom celebrates with husband Christophe at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Sweden's Anja Paerson won the gold and Norway's Hedda Berntsen the bronze.

NS/JDP
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131QZ
February 07, 2001
World Champion and gold medallist Anja Paerson of Sweden (C), silver medallist Christelle Saioni of France...
St. Anton, Austria
FLOWER CEREMONY FOR WOMEN'S SLALOM IN ST.ANTON.
World Champion and gold medallist Anja Paerson of Sweden (C), silver medallist Christelle Saioni of France (L) and bronze medallist Hedda Berntsen of Norway celebrate during the flower ceremony for the women's slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Paerson finished in one minute 32.95 seconds.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131QX
February 07, 2001
Sweden's Anja Paerson waving a Swedish flag celebrates her gold medal during the flower ceremony for...
St. Anton, Austria
SWEDEN'S PAERSON CELEBRATES GOLD IN ST.ANTON.
Sweden's Anja Paerson waving a Swedish flag celebrates her gold medal during the flower ceremony for the women's special slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in the Austrian resort of St. Anton, February 7, 2001. France's Christelle Saioni won silver and Norway's Hedda Berntsen the bronze.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131QS
February 07, 2001
World Champion and gold medallist Anja Paerson of Sweden (R) and France's silver medallist Christelle...
St. Anton, Austria
SAIONI AND PAERSON CELEBRATE DURING FLOWER CEREMONY IN ST.ANTON.
World Champion and gold medallist Anja Paerson of Sweden (R) and France's silver medallist Christelle Saioni celebrate during the flower ceremony for the women's slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Norway's Hedda Berntsen won bronze.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131QF
February 07, 2001
Norway's Hedda Berntsen manages to stay upright as she passes a pole in the women's special slalom run...
St. Anton, Austria
NORWAY'S BERNTSEN IS IN TROUBLE DURING WOMEN'S SLALOM IN ST. ANTON.
Norway's Hedda Berntsen manages to stay upright as she passes a pole in the women's special slalom run under floodlights at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in the Austrian resort of St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Berntsen went on to win the bronze, Sweden's Anja Paerson won the gold and Christelle Saioni of France the silver.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131PM
February 07, 2001
New Zealand's Claudia Riegler falls during the women's special slalom run under floodlights at the Alpine...
St. Anton, Austria
NEW ZEALAND'S RIEGLER CRASHES OUT IN WOMEN'S SLALOM IN ST. ANTON.
New Zealand's Claudia Riegler falls during the women's special slalom run under floodlights at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in the Austrian resort of St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Sweden's Anja Paerson won gold, France's Christelle Saioni won silver and Norway's Hedda Berntsen the bronze.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131PJ
February 07, 2001
France's Christelle Saioni is ecstatic as she celebrates her silver medal in the women's special slalom...
St. Anton, Austria
FRANCE'S SAIONI CELEBRATES SILVER IN WOMEN'S SLALOM IN ST.ANTON.
France's Christelle Saioni is ecstatic as she celebrates her silver medal in the women's special slalom run under floodlights at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in the Austrian resort of St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Sweden's Anja Paerson won the gold in a total time of one minute 32.95 seconds and Norway's Hedda Berntsen the bronze.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131PE
February 07, 2001
Norway's Hedda Berntsen manages to stay upright as she passes a pole in the women's special slalom run...
St. Anton, Austria
NORWAY'S BERNTSEN IS IN TROUBLE DURING WOMEN'S SLALOM IN ST. ANTON.
Norway's Hedda Berntsen manages to stay upright as she passes a pole in the women's special slalom run under floodlights at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in the Austrian resort of St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Berntsen went on to win the bronze, Sweden's Anja Paerson won the gold and Christelle Saioni of France the silver.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131PB
February 07, 2001
Norway's Hedda Berntsen manages to stay upright as she passes a pole in the women's special slalom run...
St. Anton, Austria
NORWAY'S BERNTSEN IS IN TROUBLE DURING WOMEN'S SLALOM IN ST. ANTON.
Norway's Hedda Berntsen manages to stay upright as she passes a pole in the women's special slalom run under floodlights at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in the Austrian resort of St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Berntsen went on to win the bronze, Sweden's Anja Paerson won the gold and Christelle Saioni of France the silver.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131NZ
February 07, 2001
Christelle Saioni of France punches the air in celebration after winning silver in the women's special...
St. Anton, Austria
FRANCE'S SAINO PUNCHES AIR AS WINS SILVER IN WOMEN'S SLALOM IN ST. ANTON.
Christelle Saioni of France punches the air in celebration after winning silver in the women's special slalom run under floodlights at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in the Austrian resort of St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Sweden's Anja Paerson won gold and Norway's Hedda Berntsen the bronze.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131NQ
February 07, 2001
Sweden's Anja Paerson kisses her ski after winning gold and becoming World Champion in the women's special...
St. Anton, Austria
SWEDEN'S PAERSON KISSES SKIS AFTER WINNING GOLD IN SLALOM IN ST.ANTON.
Sweden's Anja Paerson kisses her ski after winning gold and becoming World Champion in the women's special slalom run under floodlights at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in the Austrian resort of St. Anton, February 7, 2001. France's Christelle Saioni won silver and Norway's Hedda Berntsen the bronze.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131NN
February 07, 2001
Sweden's Anja Paerson celebrates her gold medal win in the women's special slalom run under floodlights...
St. Anton, Austria
SWEDEN'S PAERSON CELBRATES WIN IN WOMEN'S SLALOM IN ST. ANTON.
Sweden's Anja Paerson celebrates her gold medal win in the women's special slalom run under floodlights at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in the Austrian resort of St. Anton, February 7, 2001. France's Christelle Saioni won silver and Norway's Hedda Berntsen the bronze.

NS/WS
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR131KM
February 07, 2001
Norway's Hedda Berntsen clears a pole in the first run of the women's special slalom under floodlights...
St. Anton, Austria
NORWAY'S BERNTSEN SKIS IN SLALOM AT ST.ANTON.
Norway's Hedda Berntsen clears a pole in the first run of the women's special slalom under floodlights at the Alpine Skiing World Champions in the Austrian resort of St. Anton, February 7, 2001. After the first run Berntsen is in seventh place.

NS/
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR12P93
January 14, 2001
Hedda Berntsen of Norway passes a pole during a women's World Cup Slalom in Falchau in Austria's Salzburg...
Flachau, Austria
HEDDA BERNTSEN OF NORWAY PASSES A POLE DURING A WOMENS WORLD CUP SLALOM IN FLACHAU.
Hedda Berntsen of Norway passes a pole during a women's World Cup Slalom in Falchau in Austria's Salzburg province January 14, 2001. Janica Kostelic of Croatia won the race in a total time of one minute 35,94 seconds ahead of Austria's Karin Koeller and Laure Pequegnot of France who both placed second in a time of one minute 37,50 seconds. Berntsen placed fifth.

LF/
SPORT ALPINE
RTR123AW
November 18, 2000
Norway's Hedda Berntsen skis to show the twenty-sixth fastest time after the first leg of the America's...
Park City, USA
NORWAY'S BERNTSEN SKIS TO TWENTY SIXTH FASTEST TIME.
Norway's Hedda Berntsen skis to show the twenty-sixth fastest time after the first leg of the America's Opening women's alpine world cup slalom in Park City, Utah November 18, 2000. REUTERS/Gary C.

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