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She represented Russia at the Winter Olympics in women's ice hockey. During the Winter Olympics, Prugova was the youngest woman competing in ice hockey. Her age was 16 years and 86 days.
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She represented Russia at the Winter Olympics in women's ice hockey. During the Winter Olympics, Prugova was the youngest woman competing in ice hockey.
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