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Amelie Kober is a German snowboarder born 1987 in Bad Aibling. The extreme sports aside, she works as Federal Police officer in Germany.
Amelie started skiing at only age 3. She switched to snowboarding at age 10. Kober was the youngest competitor in the Parallel Giant Slalom event at the 2006 Winter Olympics. There, in Turin, Italy, the young German won the silver.
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Anni Friesinger (born Anna Christine Friesinger in January 11, 1977) is a German speed skater. Her parents were both skaters. Friesinger is one of the best female speed skaters since her junior age not only in Germany, but also worldwide. During the years Anni won most of the championships in which she participated, and till now she have at least 36 gold medals from big contests. That includes 2 golds from Winter Olympic Games, and 2 bronzes in addition. Tomorrow Anni Friesinger will compete in the finals of Ladies’ 1500m speed skating.
Magdalena Neuner is a German biathlete. She is currently one of the biggest names in this sport. Magdalena, born February 9, 1987, started biathlon when she was 9 years old and made her debut in the World Cup in 2006. Neuner made her first steps to becoming a legend in season 2007-2008, when she became the youngest Overall World Cup winner in the history of biathlon. Breaking the records continued in 2008, when she won three titles and became the youngest six-time world champion.
At the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Magdalena Neuner has won a gold medal (in the pursuit) and a silver one (in the sprint race).