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How Olympian Sarah Hendrickson helped break the gender barrier for ski jumpers
Before the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, there were no women’s ski jumping events in the Olympics. Sarah Hendrickson, who was the first woman to ever compete in a ski jumping event during the Olympics, talks to Willie Geist about how she and her teammates helped break the barrier. See the full interview this weekend on Sunday TODAY.
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