Austrian alpine skier Anna Fenninger made quite the impression during her Olympic debut in Sochi. She not only won the gold in women’s super G, but also turned heads with her stunning looks and leopard print helmet. When not skiing, Fenninger works with the Cheetah Conservation Fund, where she raises awareness about the nearly extinct large felines.
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