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Thomas Ulsrud, Norway Olympic curling skip, dies after cancer battle

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Thomas Ulsrud, a three-time Olympian who won silver at the 2010 Vancouver Games, has died after a long illness. The World Curling Federation said Wednesday that the longtime skip had been fighting cancer since December 2020. He won a world title in 2014 in Beijing and took silver the next year in Halifax.
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Colourful curling great Thomas Ulsrud, winner of 2010 Olympic silver, dies at 50 | CBC Sports

Norwegian curler Thomas Ulsrud, a three-time Olympian who won silver at the 2010 Vancouver Games, has died after a long illness, the World Curling Federation said Wednesday. He was 50.

1 month ago·Canada
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Norwegian curling great Thomas Ulsrud, winner of 2010 Olympic silver, dies at 50

Norwegian curler Thomas Ulsrud, a three-time Olympian who won silver at the 2010 Vancouver Games, has died after a long illness, the World Curling Federation said Wednesday.He was 50. In a Facebook post, Team Ulsrud said that the longtime skip, who died Tuesday night, had been fighting cancer since December 2020. “The last week it took a turn for the worse and in the end he was gone very quickly. We the team are devastated for our loss. Being ar…

1 month ago·Canada
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Thomas Ulsrud, Norway Olympic curling skip, dies after cancer battle

Thomas Ulsrud, the skip of Norway's Olympic silver-medal curling team whose flashy pants were a sensation, died at age 50 after an 18-month cancer battle.

1 month ago·Stamford, United States
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