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Tristan Gale
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    (August 10, 1980- )
    Born in Ruidoso, New Mexico
    Skeleton racer
    Won one Gold Medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah
    Won one Bronze Medal at the World Championships (2003)
    She is perky.
    She is small (5'2).
    She retired following a failed attempt to make the 2006 U.S. Olympic team.
    While she was walking her dog, her 2002 Olympic Gold Medal was stolen from her home (January 26, 2011).
    She was the first female Olympic skeleton racing champion.
    She was also one of the first two American female skeleton racers to win Olympic medals.
    The colors she dyed on her hair during the 2002 Winter Olympics were the U.S. colors (red, white and blue).
    Following the 2002 Olympics she was an undefeated racer in Utah.
    The stolen Olympic Gold Medal was returned to her (February 2011).

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