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12.03.2012

Anja Pärson tritt zurück

Die Schwedin wurde als einzige Skifahrerin Weltmeisterin in allen Disziplinen, gewann 42 Weltcuprennen.

Anja Pärson tritt zurück

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EPAepa00933987 Supporters hold a flag with a picture of Swedish Anja Paerson in the finish area after the first run of the womens slalom at the world championships in Aare, Sweden, Friday 16 February 2007. Person places 2nd after the first run. EPA/STEPHA

APAnja Paerson of Sweden celebrates after winning the Womens Super-G, at the World Alpine Ski Championships in Are, Sweden, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

REUTERSAnja Paerson of Sweden shows her medals at the awards ceremony for the Alpine World Ski Championships in Are February 17, 2007. Paerson won gold medals in the super-G, the downhill and the super combined event and the bronze medal in the slalom. R

REUTERSAnja Paerson of Sweden holds the five medals which she won at the Alpine World Ski Championships in Are February 18, 2007. Paerson won gold medals in the super-G, the downhill and the super combined event, a silver medal in the team event, and the

World Champion Anja Paerson of Sweden shows her gold medal won in the womens special slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Anton, February 7, 2001. Silver was won by Frances Christelle Saioni and bronze by Norways Hedda Berntsen. REUTERS/

KWM191 - 20030213 - ST. MORITZ, SWITZERLAND : Swedish Anja Paerson shows her gold medal during the official medal ceremony following the womens giant slalom at the Alpine Ski World Championships in St. Moritz, Switzerland, Thursday, February 13, 2003. EPA

APSwedens Anja Paerson holds her two gold medals and a silver, one gold won in the womens Giant Slalom earlier in the day, during the official medal ceremony at the World Alpine Ski Championships in Bormio, Italy, Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2005. Paerson won gold i

EPAepa00650225 Gold medal winner Anja Paerson of Sweden on the podium of Womens Slalom in Sestriere at the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games, Wednesday 22 February 2006. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

epa00153591 Swedish Anja Paerson kisses her trophy World cup trophy on the podium Sunday 14 March 2004 in Sestriere, Italy after winning the womens giant slalom world cup . Paerson, meanwhile, wrapped up the season in the best possible way when she smashe

epa00153595 Swedish Anja Paerson celebrates on the podium Sunday 14 March 2004 in Sestriere, Italy after winning the womens giant slalom world cup . Paerson, meanwhile, wrapped up the season in the best possible way when she smashed the opposition in the

REUTERSAnja Paerson of Sweden shows her medals at the awards ceremony for the Alpine World Ski Championships in Are February 17, 2007. Paerson won gold medals in the super-G, the downhill and the super combined event and the bronze medal in the slalom. R