Olympic alpine skiing champion Jagge passed away

Olympic champion in alpine skiing Finn Christian Jagge (Norway) passed away at the age of 54. This was reported by his wife Trina-Lise Jagge.

“It hurts indescribably, we are completely devastated,” said the message on her Facebook page.

According to her, the athlete died after an “acute illness”.

Jagge was born in Oslo on April 4, 1966. During his sports career, he won the World Cup seven times and won gold at the 1992 Olympics. He finished his career in 2000, after which he worked for television.