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Julia Mancuso
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    (March 9, 1984- )
    Born in Reno, Nevada
    Alpine Ski Racer
    Nickname is 'Super Jules'
    Olympic gold medalist in Giant slalom (2006)
    Won two silver medal in downhill (2010),one silver medal (2010) and one bronze medal (2014) in combined in the Winter Olympics
    Won one silver medal in Super combined (2007), one silver medal (2011) and one bronze medal in Super-G (2005) and two bronze medal in Giant slalom (2005 and 2013) in the World Championships
    Her father, Ciro was arrested as a drug dealer (1989).
    She struggled frequently in her early World Cup appearances.
    She finished in 13th place in combined during her Olympics debut (2002).
    She was prone to back and hip problems (2006-2009).
    She was a contestant on 'The Biggest Loser.'
    She was overshadowed by Lindsey Vonn during the 2010 Winter Olympics.
    She named her lingerie line 'Kiss My Tiara.'
    Her parents divorced when she was a young girl.
    She played soccer and competed in track in high school.
    She climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania for humanitarian work.
    She began wearing a tiara as her good luck charm as she was awarded an Olympic medal.
    She listed surfing, camping, hiking and mountain climbing as her hobbies.
    The Squaw Valley Ski Resort in Olympic Valley, California named a ski run in her honor.
    She modeled for her lingerie line.

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