Lizz Görgl mourns for Mama Traudl

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Austrian skiing mourns the loss of one of its greatest stars: Waltraud “Traudl” Hecher, once the youngest alpine medalist in history, died at the age of 80. In the 1960s she was among the world elite, winning twice downhill bronze at the Olympic Games. In 1974 she retired at the age of only 24, and later passed her talent on to her children Stephan and Elisabeth Görgl. Daughter Lizz crowned herself a two-time bronze medalist at the Olympic Games and was also a double world champion. In a touching post, she said goodbye to her mother, who will be buried in Schwaz on January 20th.

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