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Maya Pedersen-Bieri

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Maya Pedersen-Bieri (born 27 November 1972 in Spiez) is a Swiss-Norwegian skeleton racer who has competed since 1995. She won the gold medal in the women's skeleton event at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin. She retired from the sport in 2010 before returning to compete for Norway (the country of her husband and coach, Snorre Pedersen) in 2016, becoming at the oldest woman to start a World Cup race when she returned to the top level of skeleton in 2017. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Maya Pedersen-Bieri has received more than 13,169 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Maya Pedersen-Bieri is the 2,704th most popular athlete, the 802nd most popular biography from Switzerland and the 27th most popular Swiss Athlete.

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Among athletes, Maya Pedersen-Bieri ranks 2,704 out of 3,059Before her are Henk Grol, Nevin Galmarini, Gergely Kiss, Charles Kamathi, Ku Bon-chan, and Ki Bo-bae. After her are Katrin Wagner-Augustin, Sandi Morris, Monika Pyrek, Dirk Van Tichelt, Clarisse Agbegnenou, and Anna Magnusson.

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Among people born in 1972, Maya Pedersen-Bieri ranks 856Before her are Silke Rottenberg, Paolo Tagliavento, Hank Williams III, Sean Price, Kenji Arima, and Jamal Mashburn. After her are Emerson Thome, Owen Nolan, Takeshi Mizuuchi, Brian Schatz, Nobuharu Asahara, and Marcos Aurélio Galeano.

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In Switzerland

Among people born in Switzerland, Maya Pedersen-Bieri ranks 802 out of 876Before her are Jonas Omlin (1994), Raphael Diaz (1986), Sebalter (1985), Rolf Feltscher (1990), Nevin Galmarini (1986), and Jonas Hiller (1982). After her are Beat Hefti (1978), Ramon Zenhäusern (1992), Martin Plüss (1977), Sandro Viletta (1986), Giulia Steingruber (1994), and Miloš Veljković (1995).

Among ATHLETES In Switzerland

Among athletes born in Switzerland, Maya Pedersen-Bieri ranks 27Before her are André Bucher (1976), Marcel Fischer (1978), Philipp Schoch (1979), Benjamin Weger (1989), Mujinga Kambundji (1992), and Nevin Galmarini (1986). After her are Beat Hefti (1978), Nicola Spirig (1982), Sven Riederer (1981), Mathilde Gremaud (2000), Sarah Höfflin (1991), and Nina Christen (1994).