Jeannette Altwegg : News Photo

Jeannette Altwegg

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Chris Ware / Stringer
February 1948: British figure skater Jeannette Altwegg at the Winter Olympics in St Moritz, Switzerland, the winner of the bronze medal that year, she went onto win gold at the next games. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone/Getty Images)
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February 1948: British figure skater Jeannette Altwegg at the Winter Olympics in St Moritz, Switzerland, the winner of the bronze medal that year, she went onto win gold at the next games. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone/Getty Images)
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February 01, 1948
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3068712
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Hulton Archive
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Hulton Archive
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JD2820
Object name:
98n/43/spes/12884/06

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