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2014-02-23 Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win Olympic ice hockey gold Sochi
C. 2014-02-19 Sweden tops Slovenia, on to hockey semis Sochi
D. 2014-02-16 Sweden win men's cross country relay Sochi
4. 2010-08-06 Skier Ericsson dies in accident on K2 K2, Pakistan
5. 2009-03-14 Svindal takes title after Raich crashes out Sweden
G. 2009-03-11 Vonn secures overall title with downhill win Sweden
7. 2007-02-09 Paerson seals double gold triumph Sweden
8. 2007-01-28 Byggmark completes surprise double Austria

  Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win Olympic ice hockey gold
Extreme skier dies from injuries in Chile avalanche Map of Farellones Chile


year 2016 Top ^

Jul.19
  Swedish skier Matilda Rapaport, 30, who was taking part in a film shoot died from her injuries after she got caught in an avalanche in Chile


year 2014 Top ^

Feb.23
  Sochi: Jonathan Toews, Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz scored as Canada became the first team to retain the Olympic hockey title since the Soviet Union

Feb.19
  Sochi: Henrik Lundqvist made 19 saves for his second shutout of the Sochi Games and Carl Hagelin scored twice, helping Sweden rout upstart Slovenia 5-0
Feb.16 Sweden win men's cross country relay
  Sochi: Defending champions Sweden took gold in the men's cross country 4x10km relay at the Winter Olympics in Sochi


year 2010 Top ^

Aug.6 Skier Ericsson dies in accident on K2 Map of K2 Pakistan
   Pakistan: Swedish mountaineer and professional skier Fredrik Ericsson died Friday while trying to summit K2 in Pakistan


year 2009 Top ^

Mar.14 Svindal takes title after Raich crashes out
  Aksel Lund Svindal has won the men's overall World Cup title for the second time in his career, after Austrian rival dramatically crashed out Mar.11 Vonn secures overall title with downhill win
  Lindsey Vonn wrapped up the overall title for the second straight year with victory in the downhill at the World Cup finals in Are

year 2007 Top ^

Feb.9 Paerson seals double gold triumph
  Anja Paerson won her 2nd gold of the Alpine skiing world championships with a slalom run victory in super-combined race Jan.28 Byggmark completes surprise double   Austria: Jens Byggmark is winning his second career World Cup race just 24 hours after celebrating his first victory

year 2006 Top ^

Mar.18 Kostelic sets new World Cup record
  Croatian won the final women's giant slalom race of the season to set a World Cup points record Mar.17 Raich rounds off triumphant season  Benjamin Raich is adding the giant slalom World Cup title to his overall crown with a victory in final season race Feb.22 Lind adds to Sweden's golden tally   Italy: Bjoern Lind gave Sweden their 3rd cross country skiing gold with a comfortable victory in the men's 1.3 km sprint Feb.14 Swedes complete sprinting double   Italy: Sweden men and women triumphed in the cross-country skiing team sprint races in Pragelato

year 2004 Top ^

Mar.13 Paerson clinches World Cup title   Italy: Feb.7 Paerson retains giant slalom crown   Germany: The 22-year-old defending champion clinched the World Cup title with her 3rd win of the season

year 2003 Top ^

Mar.16 Paerson wins giant slalom World Cup  Norway: Anja Paerson won the women's giant slalom World Cup by just 1 point

year 2001 Top ^

Mar.10   Maier ties World Cup record  Hermann Maier won men's giant slalom tying I. Stenmark's season record of 13 World Cup wins


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