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Anny Rüegg

Anny Rüegg
Medal record
Competitor for   Switzerland
Women’s Alpine skiing
World Championships
Gold 1934 St. Moritz Downhill
Gold 1935 Mürren Slalom
Silver 1935 Mürren Combined
Bronze 1934 St. Moritz Combined
Bronze 1935 Mürren Downhill

Anny Rüegg-Hardmeier (1912 – 1 May 2011)[1] was a Swiss alpine skier and world champion. She was born in Chur.

Rüegg won a gold medal at the 1934 World Championships in St. Moritz, winning the Downhill event, and a gold medal in slalom at the 1935 World Championships in Mürren.[2]


  1. ^ Anny Rüegg's obituary (German)
  2. ^ Official results for the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships – - (Retrieved on 20 November 2008)
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