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After becoming the world’s top female Alpine skier in 2013, when she scored a record points total to claim the FIS large crystal globe, Slovenia’s Tina Maze underlined her status with two golds at Sochi 2014. She retired two years later, with a total of four Olympic medals and four world titles to her name.


Breaking new ground for her country

Born in the village of Crna na Koroskem, where, in her own words, “there was nothing else to do but ski”, Tina Maze has been starring on the international scene since the age of 16, first as a giant slalom specialist and then as a multi-talented skier capable of shining in both the technical and speed events.

At Vancouver 2010 she achieved what were then her country’s best ever results in the Olympic Winter Games, winning silver in both the super-G and giant slalom events. A year later she skied to victory in the giant slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen to win Slovenia’s first ever world title.

Records come tumbling

Between November 2012 and March 2013 the Slovenian star ..

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