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Retired Athletes in 2018

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intoronto    405
22 minutes ago, Gianlu33 said:

Three-time Olympic silver medal winning short-track speed skater Marianne St-Gelais has announced her retirement at the age of 28.

Was known long time ago. She will be missed.

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rybak    452

:POL Bartosz Jurecki (handball)

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DaniSRB    514

Danielle Page, basketball

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rybak    452

:POL Katarzyna Woźniak (speed skating)

:BLR Darya Domracheva (biathlon)

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heywoodu    3,204

One of those athletes of whom I thought they had already retired :red:

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Gianlu33    891

Canadian short track skater William Preudhomme has annunced his retirmet at 24 years old after a concussions.

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Gianlu33    891

Giorgia Bronzini retired yesterday at 34 years old after 3 gold and 7 medals at WCh. Thanks for all Giorgia :cry:

 

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hckosice    1,783

One of the legend of my favorite team (behind HC Košice ofc) the Calgary Flames, Jarome Iginla will officially announce his retirement in the following days

 

Thank you for everything you did for the Flames. Champion ! :(

 

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vinipereira    944

:BRA Ricardinho (Volleyball), considered one of the best setters of all time, has announced his retirement last week. Among the titles, he was Olympic champion in 2004 (+silver in 2012) and world champion in 2002 and 2006.

 

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vinipereira    944

:BRA Joanna Maranhão (Swimming) announced her retirement today. Probably our best female pool swimmer, she finished 5th in 400m individual medley in Athens 2004, the best placement obtained by a Brazilian woman swimmer at all times. Having won multiple Pan and South American Games medals (+ participation in 4 Olympic Games), she is also known for her social work, having inspired a law (against child sexual assault) with her name in Brazil.

 

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