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Downhill skier Štuhec wraps up Olympic career with 22nd place

By: P.T., STA

Slovenia’s skier Ilka Štuhec underperformed in the women’s downhill at the Beijing Olympics due to back pain.

the two-time downhill world champion finished in 22nd place, three seconds behind the first-placed Corinne Suter of Switzerland. This was Štuhec’s last Olympic performance. Slovenian Maruša Ferk Saioni also competed in today’s downhill race to finish 23rd.

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