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Chemmy Alcott of Britain takes air past a gate during alpine skiing training for the Women's World Cup Downhill in Lake Louise, Alberta, November 29, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Chemmy Alcott of Britain takes air past a gate during alpine skiing training for the Women's World Cup Downhill in Lake Louise, Alberta, November 29, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Chemmy Alcott of Britain takes air past a gate during alpine skiing training for the Women's World Cup Downhill in Lake Louise, Alberta, November 29, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Chemmy Alcott of Britain reacts after her finish during the women's World Cup downhill skiing in Lake Louise, Alberta November 30, 2012. This was Alcott's first downhill race after a serious crash in Lake Louise two years ago. REUTERS/Andy Clark

Chemmy Alcott of Britain reacts after her finish during the women's World Cup downhill skiing in Lake Louise, Alberta November 30, 2012. This was Alcott's first downhill race after a serious crash in Lake Louise two years ago. REUTERS/Andy Clark

Chemmy Alcott of Britain reacts after her finish during the women's World Cup downhill skiing in Lake Louise, Alberta November 30, 2012. This was Alcott's first downhill race after a serious crash in Lake Louise two years ago. REUTERS/Andy Clark
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