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Deutsches Sport & Olympia Museum Paralympische Spiele [12/18]

Plakat | VI. Paralympische Winterspiele - 1994, Lillehammer

Plakat | VI. Paralympische Winterspiele  - 1994, Lillehammer (Deutsches Sport & Olympia Museum CC BY-NC-SA)


Plakat von den VI. Winter-Paralympics 1994 in Lillehammer mit Maskottchen Sondre, entworfen von Tor Lindrupsen, benannt nach dem Skifahrpionier Sondre Norheim.
Nach 1980 war Norwegen das zweite Mal Austragungsort von Paralympischen Winterspiele. Einer der erfolgreichsten Athleten war die Norwegerin Ragnhild Myklebust. Myklebust nahm durchgehend an den Winter-Paralympics von 1988 bis 2002 teil, sie gewann insgesamt 22 Medaillen, davon 17 Goldmedaillen. Sie beendete ihre Karriere nach den Spielen 2002 in Salt Lake City mit 58 Jahren.




HxB 65 cm x 45 cm

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