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Female ski jumpers allowed to compete in Olympics for the first time

Ski jumping has been part of the Winter Olympics since they began in 1924, but only for men. The I.O.C. had long argued that the sport was simply too dangerous and would damage their ovaries. After winning a lawsuit, women are now allowed to compete in the sport and will do so for the first time in Sochi. Don Dahler reports.
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