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Beijing 2022: Germany win gold in women’s team cross-country ski sprint

By DW
16 February 2022   |   12:17 pm
In Day 12 at the Olympics, seven medals were up for grabs. A last-minute replacement helped Germany win gold in the cross-country team sprint, while Slovakia elimnated the United States in men's ice hockey.

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