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The Swedish Olympic medalist shared her opinion about Russians and life in the country


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Moscow, December 26 – Silver and bronze medalist of the Olympic Games as part of the Swedish national ice hockey team, goalkeeper Kim Martin-Hsun described the period of her career when she played in Russia’s own.
In the 2011/12 season, Martin Hasson played for the Tornadoes near Moscow, where she became the champion of Russia and won the third European Cup in her career.

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With Sweden, Martin Hasson won two bronze medals at the World Championships and became the first women’s goalkeeper to compete in four Olympic Games. She is considered the best goalkeeper in the history of Swedish women’s hockey. She won the Swedish Championship three times. After the end of the 2014/15 season, Martin Husson announced her retirement because of her family and lack of motivation. In the seasons 16/17 and 19/20, she twice appeared as a backup goalkeeper for the matches of the Swedish Linköping, where she acted as general manager, but did not go out on the ice.

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