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Alpine skiing siblings
Marion Bertrand of France has been a veteran of the World Cup circuit since 2002 with a career best finish of 8th place in the giant slalom in Aspen in 2008. Her brother Yannick is a speed specialist who competed for France at the 2006 Winter Olympics.
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Marlies Schild of Austria is a three-time Olympic medalist and figures to be a gold medal contender in slalom at the Sochi Games. Her sister and Bernadette is the 2008 junior world champion in the slalom. On December 17, Marlies beat Bernadette in the slalom at Courchevel to equal the all-time record for World Cup slalom victories with 34.
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Matteo Marsaglia of Italy is in his sixth year competing on the World Cup circuit and seeking his first Olympic berth. His first podium finish was a victory in the Beaver Creek super-G in 2012. His sister Francesca has been competing in World Cup races since 2008. Her best finish was ninth in the giant slalom in St. Moritz in December.
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Patrick Kueng made his first Swiss national team in 2013, finishing seventh in downhill and 18th in super-G at the World Championships. In December, he scored his first World Cup victory in the Beaver Creek super-G. His sister Mirena is a speed specialist for the Swiss women’s team. Her best performance is a 13th in downhill in Garmisch-Partenkirchen in 2013.
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Nina Loeseth of Norway made her World Cup debut in 2006 and had her best performance last season in Zagreb, finishing fourth in the slalom. At the 2007 World Championships, she was the top Norwegian racer with a 10th in slalom and 30th in giant slalom. Her sister Mona won gold in the giant slalom at the 2010 Junior World Championships and competed at the Vancouver Olympics.
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