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Marie-Hélène Prémont

Age: 31 (Chateau-Richer, Quebec) EVENTS Mountain bike cross-country PRIOR OLYMPICS 2004 (Silver medal) Prémont has been one of the top women in the world for most of this decade, breaking into the top ranks with her bronze in the 2003 World Cup in Kaprun, Austria, and her silver medal at the 2004 Olympics. On the World Cup circuit, she was third overall in 2005 and then second overall in 2006 and 2007. She is leading the series this year, thanks to consistent top finishes, including wins at Mont Ste. Anne, Canada, and Fort William, Scotland, and three second-place finishes. Prémont, 31, races for the Rocky Mountain trade team. She plans to retire from racing after this season.

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Age: 31 (Chateau-Richer, Quebec)

EVENTS

Mountain bike cross-country

PRIOR OLYMPICS

2004 (Silver medal)

Prémont has been one of the top women in the world for most of this decade, breaking into the top ranks with her bronze in the 2003 World Cup in Kaprun, Austria, and her silver medal at the 2004 Olympics. On the World Cup circuit, she was third overall in 2005 and then second overall in 2006 and 2007. She is leading the series this year, thanks to consistent top finishes, including wins at Mont Ste. Anne, Canada, and Fort William, Scotland, and three second-place finishes. Prémont, 31, races for the Rocky Mountain trade team. She plans to retire from racing after this season.
 |  Photo: Rob Jones

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EVENTS

Mountain bike cross-country

PRIOR OLYMPICS

2004 (Silver medal)

Prémont has been one of the top women in the world for most of this decade, breaking into the top ranks with her bronze in the 2003 World Cup in Kaprun, Austria, and her silver medal at the 2004 Olympics. On the World Cup circuit, she was third overall in 2005 and then second overall in 2006 and 2007. She is leading the series this year, thanks to consistent top finishes, including wins at Mont Ste. Anne, Canada, and Fort William, Scotland, and three second-place finishes. Prémont, 31, races for the Rocky Mountain trade team. She plans to retire from racing after this season.
 |  Photo: Rob Jones