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Mirja Hietamies

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Mirja Hietamies
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Personal information
Full nameMirja Kyllikki Hietamies-Eteläpää
Born7 January 1931
Lemi, Finland
Died14 March 2013 (aged 82)
Savitaipale, Finland
Height162 cm (5 ft 4 in)
Weight52–54 kg (115–119 lb)
Sport
SportCross-country skiing
ClubLemin Eskot

Mirja Kyllikki Hietamies-Eteläpää (7 January 1931 – 14 March 2013)[1] was a cross-country skier from Finland who competed at the 1952 and 1956 Winter Olympics. She won a gold medal in the 3×5 km in 1956 and a silver medal in the individual 10 km race in 1952, placing sixth in 1956. She also won two medals at the 1954 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships with a silver in the 3×5 km relay and a bronze in the 10 km.[2]

Hietamies placed second over 10 km at Holmenkollen in 1951. Later she won this event at the Finnish championships in 1953 and 1956 and at the Lahti Ski Games in 1954 and 1955. In 1955 she was selected as Finland's female athlete of the year.[1]

Hietamies retired after the 1956 Olympics and the same year married Olli Eteläpää. She later worked as a skiing coach and physical education teacher,[1] and was a board member of the Finnish Skiing Federation in 1965–67.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b c Mirja Eteläpää. hs.fi (obituary in Finnish)
  2. ^ a b Mirja Hietamies. sports-reference.com

External links

Awards
Preceded by
Finland Siiri Rantanen
Finnish Sportswoman of the Year
1955
Succeeded by
Finland Siiri Rantanen


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