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Regine Cavagnoud

Age: 31

reigning World Cup Super G champion from France; persevered through injury-plagued career to become a star on the Alpine World Cup circuit; earned first World Cup victory in 10th season (downhill, 1998-99); appeared in two Olympic Winter Games (1992, 1998). She died two days after suffering serious injuries in a collision with a German ski coach.

Died: Innsbruck, Austria, Oct. 31

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