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Lejonbacken Ski Race Stockholm 17march2010
Sweden

Royal Palace Sprint is a short sprinter skiing race in the middle of Stockhol,

Several of Swedish and international  Vancouver fresh gold medalist  were participating.

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Uploaded: 17/03/2010
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Tags: sweden; stockholm; royal palace; skiing; race
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