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Henie

Sonja. 1912--69, Norwegian figure-skater
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Arranged as a series of solo presentations, the exhibition at the Henie Onstad Kunstsenter comprised a sequence of immersive experiences that only thematically leaked into each other.
Check out the lobby's framed portraits of former guests Ernest Hemingway, Marilyn Monroe, and Gary Cooper posing in ski pants, as well as a campy group screening of Sun Valley Serenade, the 1941 movie starring Norwegian Olympic figure skater Sonja Henie. One-bedroom apartments from $209, lodge rooms from $329; sunvalley.com.
How old was Norwegian skater Sonja Henie when she won gold at her third consecutive Winter Olympics in 1936?
Choreographer Cindy Stuart is a four-time Professional Skaters Association "Choreographer of the Year award" nominee and the 2014 Sonja Henie award nominee.
Antibacterial agents such as polymyxins which is an antibiotic (Tenover 2006) and Psidium guajava plant extract (Henie et al.
A few are available on YouTube: 'Don't Believe in Monuments' ('Spomenicima ne treba verovati', 1958), 'Parade' ('Parada', 1962) and 'I Miss Sonia Henie' ('Nedostaje mi Sonja Henie', 1971).
The South Korean media also cried 'foul' over Kim's defeat, saying that she had been denied the chance to join Germany's Katarina Witt and Norway's Sonja Henie as the only women to win successive Olympic figure skating golds by partisan judging and an 'extra judge' in the form of Putin, the report added.
Kim is Thursday bidding to become just the third woman to perform the feat, and join Norway's Sonja Henie and Germany's Witt in the record books.
Sochi, Russia -- Norwegian figure skater Anne Line Gjersem, whose mother is from the Philippines, was following in the footsteps of illustrious countrywoman Sonja Henie when she took to the ice in Sochi on Wednesday night.
Molly Phillips competed against the immortal Sonja Henie in the individual ice figure skating competition at the Lake Placid Winter Olympics in New York State in 1932 and at those games had become the first woman to carry a national flag at the opening ceremony of an Olympic Games.
She also won 10 world pairs titles in a row, matching the great Sonja Henie.