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Alpine skiing siblings
Dominique Gisin has competed in one Olympic Games for Switzerland and has scored three victories in her first seven years competing on the World Cup circuit. Her sister Michelle made her World Cup debut in 2012 and has a career-best finish of ninth-place in the Flachau slalom. Their brother Marc is also a ski racer.
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Elena Curtoni of Italy won bronze in the super-combined in 2009 and gold in the super-G in 2011 at the Junior World Championships. Her sister, Irene, debuted on the World Cup circuit in 2007. Her best performance came in 2012 when she finished third in the giant slalom.
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Alpine skiing siblings
Dominique Gisin has competed in one Olympic Games for Switzerland and has scored three victories in her first seven years competing on the World Cup circuit. Her sister Michelle made her World Cup debut in 2012 and has a career-best finish of ninth-place in the Flachau slalom. Their brother Marc is also a ski racer.
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Giovanni Borsotti of Italy won bronze in the giant slalom at the 2009 Junior World Championships and earned his first World Cup points in 2010. His sister, Camilla, has competed on the World Cup circuit since 2005, with a best performance of seventh in the super-combined in St. Anton in 2007.
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Manfred Moelgg is a technical specialist for the Italian team and veteran of the last two Olympics. In 2008, he won the World Cup slalom title, and last year took bronze in giant slalom at the World Championships, his third career medal at the event. His sister, Manuela, also competed at the 2006 and 2010 Olympics for Italy. She has 10 career podium finishes on the World Cup circuit.
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