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  • Maëlle Ricker - Wikipedia

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    Maëlle Danica Ricker (/ m aɪ ˈ ɛ l /; born December 2, 1978) is a retired Canadian snowboarder, who specialised in snowboard cross. She won an Olympic gold medal in the snowboard cross event at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, to become the first Canadian woman to win a gold medal on home soil at the Olympics. She is also the 2013 World Champion and two-time Winter X Games Champion (1999, 2006).

  • Maëlle Ricker | Team Canada - Official 2018 Olympic Team Website

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    Biography: Maëlle Ricker went to her fourth Olympic Games at Sochi 2014 as the defending Olympic champion in ladies’ snowboard cross, but also with a cast on her left wrist after breaking it during a training accident on January 28.

  • Maelle Ricker (@maellericker) | Twitter

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    The latest Tweets from Maelle Ricker (@maellericker): "Head to your local …

  • Maëlle Ricker - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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  • Maëlle Ricker | Speedy deletion Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    Maëlle Danica Ricker (/maɪˈɛl/; born December 2, 1978) is a retired Canadian snowboarder, who...

  • Maëlle Ricker - BC Sports Hall of Fame

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  • Maelle Ricker retires, Team Canada reacts - CBC Sports

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    Maelle Ricker, the first Canadian woman to win an Olympic gold on home soil, announced her retirement from competitive snowboarding Wednesday, the same day Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomed former Paralympian Carla Qualtrough into his cabinet as minister for sport and persons with disabilities.

  • Canadian snowboarder Maelle Ricker retiring - CTV News

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    Maelle Ricker, the first Canadian woman to win an Olympic gold medal on home soil, is retiring. She will make the announcement at a press conference in North Vancouver, B.C., later today.

  • Maëlle Ricker - broom02.revolvy.com

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    Maëlle Danica Ricker ( ; born December 2, 1978) is a retired Canadian snowboarder , who specialised in snowboard cross . She won an Olympic gold medal in the snowboard cross event at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver , to become the first Canadian woman to win a gold medal on home soil at the Olympics . She is also the 2013 World Champion and two-time Winter X Games Champion (1999, 2006). Career Ricker was born in North Vancouver , British Columbia , and resides in Squamish, British ...

  • Maelle Ricker announces end to historic snowboard career | CBC Sports

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    Snowboard star Maelle Ricker, who became the first Canadian woman to win Olympic gold on home soil at the 2010 Vancouver Games, announced her retirement today.

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