Zoe Haas

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Zoe Haas (born 24 January 1962 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada) is a Swiss former alpine skier specialising in downhill, giant slalom, and Super-G. Haas competed in the Super-G in the 1988 Calgary Olympics, placing 7th, and in the 1992 Albertville Olympics, where she came in 10th.[1]

In World Cup skiing, she finished in the top ten 44 times and won twice. Despite start number 37, she won the first downhill race of the season in Puy Saint-Vincent (1984).[2] She was declared the winner of the super-G at Lech (1988) after the first-place finisher was disqualified.[3] In her last World Cup race, the super-G in Crans-Montana in March 1992, she finished in third place behind Carole Merle and Merete Fjeldavlie.

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  1. ^ Lochner, Bob (February 22, 1992). "Swiss Have Near-Empty Feeling : Skiing: Once dominant in world competition, they have won only a bronze medal in Alpine events going into today's slalom". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 14 July 2015. 
  2. ^ Scott, Bill (December 6, 1984). "Switzerland's Zoe Haas, whose poor form last season almost...". UPI archives. Retrieved 14 July 2015. 
  3. ^ "Zoe Haas of Switzerland emerged the winner of the...". UPI. January 9, 1988. Retrieved 14 July 2015. 

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