Compagnoni, Deborah (1970–)

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Compagnoni, Deborah (1970–)

Italian skier. Born June 4, 1970, in Bormio, Sondrio, Italy.

Won a gold medal for super-G at Albertville Olympics (1992); won a gold medal in the giant slalom at Lillehammer Olympics (1994); won a gold medal in the giant slalom at World championships (1996); took the World Cup giant slalom race in Cortina and became the 1st Italian woman to win a World Cup title (1996–97), finishing 4th overall; won a gold in slalom and giant slalom at the World championships (1997); won a gold medal for giant slalom and a silver medal for slalom at Nagano Olympics (1998).

See also Women in World History.

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