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Zali Steggall - Biography
... She came 23rd out of 44 entries in the giant slalom event, and failed to finish the slalom or the combined event ... December 1995, Steggall broke into the top 10 in a World Cup event for the first time, placing 10th in the slalom event at Sankt Anton ... In January 1996, Steggall came fourth at the World Championships in Sestriere, Italy, missing bronze by just 0.04 s ...
Beth Tweddle - Senior Career - 2005
... In February, Tweddle competed at the World Cup event in New York City, United States ... In May, Tweddle competed at the World Cup event in Paris, France ... In October, Tweddle competed at the World Cup event in Glasgow, United Kingdom ...
Artur Ayvazyan - International Career
... He also participated in the World Championships for the first time, in Milan, Italy, with a best placing of 12th in the 50 metre rifle three positions competition among four events ... His results improved in 1998 and he earned his first ISSF World Cup victory and placed fourth in the World Championships in Barcelona, Spain and the World Cup Final, all in the 50 metre rifle three positions category ... Ayvazyan first reached the podium at a World Cup Final in 2001, finishing third in the 50 metre rifle three positions event ...

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