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SPORT SKIING
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December 03, 2005
Swedish skier Janette Hargin takes air past a gate during the women's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise,...
Lake Louise, Canada
Swedish skier Hargin takes air past a gate during the women's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise
Swedish skier Janette Hargin takes air past a gate during the women's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise, Canada December 3, 2005. Hargin placed 16th with a time of one minute 50.46 seconds. REUTERS/Mike Blake
SPORT ALPINE SKIING WOMEN
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December 02, 2005
Swedish skier Janette Hargin takes air past a gate during the women's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise,...
Lake Louise, Canada
Swedish skier Hargin takes air during women's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise
Swedish skier Janette Hargin takes air past a gate during the women's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise, Canada December 2, 2005. Hargin placed 19th with a time of one minute 51.10 seconds. Italian Elena Fanchini earned her maiden World Cup win in the opening downhill of the season on Friday. Fanchini, world championship silver medallist, clocked one minute 49.33 seconds to beat Austria's World Cup super-G champion Michaela Dorfmeister by 0.10 seconds. Austrian Alexandra Meissnitzer was third in 1:49.61. REUTERS/Mike Blake
SPORT SKI
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December 01, 2005
Janette Hargin of Sweden cuts a turn as she posts the 14th fastest training time, one minute 50.27 seconds,...
Lake Louise, Canada
Janette Hargin of Sweden trains for World Cup downhill ski race in Lake Louise
Janette Hargin of Sweden cuts a turn as she posts the 14th fastest training time, one minute 50.27 seconds, during training for the women's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise, Canada December 1, 2005 The women will race their first World Cup downhill of the 2005-2006 season in Lake Louise Friday. REUTERS/Shaun Best
SPORT SKIING
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November 29, 2005
Skier Janette Hargin of Sweden is airborne while on her way to posting the fourth fastest training time...
Lake Louise, Canada
Skier Hargin of Sweden airborne during training for women's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise
Skier Janette Hargin of Sweden is airborne while on her way to posting the fourth fastest training time of one minute 53.62 seconds during training for the women's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise, Canada November 29, 2005. Women skiers will race their first World Cup downhill of the 2005-2006 season in Lake Louise December 2, 2005. REUTERS/Mike Blake
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
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February 04, 2005
Janette Hargin of Sweden wipes tears after crashing during the women's combined downhill at the Alpine...
Santa Caterina
Janette Hargin of Sweden wipes tears after crashing during the women's combined downhill at the ...
Janette Hargin of Sweden wipes tears after crashing during the women's combined downhill at the Alpine skiing World Championships in Santa Caterina. Janette Hargin of Sweden wipes tears after crashing in the women's combined downhill at the Alpine skiing World Championships in Santa Caterina, February 4, 2005. The combined event consists of one downhill run and two slalom runs. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
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December 04, 2003
Italian skier Daniela Ceccarelli (R) and Swedish skier Janette Hargin stand
in the severe cold after...
Lake Louise, Canada
WOMEN DOWNHILL SKIERS WATCH PRACTICE SESSION IN SEVERE COLD AT LAKE
LOUISE.
Italian skier Daniela Ceccarelli (R) and Swedish skier Janette Hargin stand
in the severe cold after completing their practice run at the World Cup
Women's in Lake Louise, Alberta, December 4, 2003. Ceccarelli had a time of
one minute 36.47 seconds while Hargin finished the day with one minute,
36.16 seconds. Temperatures dipped to around minus 25 celsius during the
practice session. Pictures of the Month December 2003 REUTERS/Andy Clark PP03120011
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SPORT ALPINE SKIING
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December 02, 2003
Sweden's Janette Hargin cuts a turn during her first training run ahead
of the Women's World Cup Downhill...
Lake Louise, Canada
SWEDISH SKIIER JANETTE HARGIN TRAINS AT WOMENS WORLD CUP DOWNHILL.
Sweden's Janette Hargin cuts a turn during her first training run ahead
of the Women's World Cup Downhill course in Lake Louise, Canada,
December 2, 2003. The women will race their first downhill of the
season here December 5. Hargin had a time of 1:37.83 seconds.
REUTERS/Mike Blake

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SPORT ALPINE SKIING
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February 10, 2003
Janette Hargin of Sweden reacts after the downhill part of the women's
combined event at the World Alpine...
St.Moritz, Switzerland
HARGIN OF SWEDEN AFTER THE WOMEN'S COMBINED DOWNHILL EVENT AT THE WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ST.MORITZ.
Janette Hargin of Sweden reacts after the downhill part of the women's
combined event at the World Alpine Skiing Championships in St. Moritz,
Switzerland, on February 10, 2003. Hargin clocked the fastest time in
the downhill in one minute, 18.14 seconds. REUTERS/Michael Leckel
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SPORT ALPINE SKIING
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February 03, 2003
Janette Hargin of Sweden gets some air during the women's Super-G race
at the World Alpine Ski Championships...
St.Moritz, Switzerland
HARGIN OF SWEDEN SKIS DURING THE SUPER-G IN ST. MORITZ.
Janette Hargin of Sweden gets some air during the women's Super-G race
at the World Alpine Ski Championships in St. Moritz on February 3,
2003. Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria won the race in a time of one
minute 27.48 seconds, ahead of Kirsten Clark and Jonna Mendes of the
United States. Hargin was placed 12th. REUTERS/Marcus Gyger

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SPORT OLYMPICS
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February 14, 2002
Janette Hargin of Sweden falls during the downhill portion of the
women's combined downhill competition...
Snowbasin, United States of America
HARGIN OF SWEDEN FALLS IN WOMENS COMBINED DOWNHILL.
Janette Hargin of Sweden falls during the downhill portion of the
women's combined downhill competition at the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Winter Games, February 14, 2002 in Snowbasin. Hargin had been in tenth
place after the slalom sections going into the downhill section of the
combined event. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich

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