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    Mattias Hargin

    Professional alpine skier

    Engelberg, Sweden

    Mattias Hargin is a Swedish World Cup alpine ski racer. He was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and competes in the technical events, specializing in slalom. Hargin made his World Cup debut in December 2004, and his first victory came in Kitzbuehel, Austria, in January 2015. Hargin represented Sweden at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Whistler, Canada, finishing fourteen. At the 2014 Olympics, he finished seventh. At the 2018 Olympics, he finished nineteenth. Hargin has competed in six World Championships, winning Bronze in the Team Event in St. Moritz, 2017. Hargin has competed in three Olympics and six World Championships. Hargin has won one World Cup and a total of 10 podiums, mainly in slalom.

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    Born: October 7th, 1985
    Country: Sweden
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