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Retired Athletes in 2020

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2 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

 

Magdalena Gwizdon must have missed that memo. She will outlast them all :p

 

Magdalena is not going to retire until she's the only Magdalena that we remember :p

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:ITAArmin Helfer, former Italian captain and with one presence at Olympics, retired today.

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3 minutes ago, Gianlu33 said:

:ITAArmin Helfer, former Italian captain and with one presence at Olympics, retired today.

 

And to avoid other people having to Google: that is ice hockey.

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57 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

 

And to avoid other people having to Google: that is ice hockey.

@heywoodu - hero we don't deserve

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:GER Dominik Stehle (alpine skiing) announced his retirement.

 

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Nina Haver-Loeseth :NOR Alpine Skiing (Bronze in PyeongChang 2018 Team Event)

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This is a bit shocking though she lasted a lot longer than her sisters.

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:FRA Célia Aymonier (biathlon) is ending her career too, I wasn't expecting that :O Although it's quite understandable.

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56 minutes ago, Bohemia said:

:FRA Célia Aymonier (biathlon) is ending her career too, I wasn't expecting that :O Although it's quite understandable.

 

Well, that is surprising. She didn't get that sweet Herrmann fairytale 

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Eirik Brandsdal has announced his retirement from professional Cross-Country skiing after 13 years in the World Cup

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