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Encyclopedia > Bruno Kernen

Bruno Kernen is the name of two Swiss skiing champions. Skiing is the activity of gliding over snow using skis (originally wooden planks, now usually made from fiberglass or related composites) strapped to the feet with ski bindings. ...

  • Bruno Kernen Innecco (Schönried, 25th March 1961). Winner of the 1983 Kitzbühl downhill race in Austria. He currently runs a hotel with his family in Schönried, Switzerland.
  • Bruno Kernen II (Reutigen, 1st July 1972)

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Bruno: Definition and Much More From Answers.com (1555 words)
Bruno completed his education at the cathedral school at Reims, both in the liberal arts and scripture and returned to be a canon at St. Cunibert's, Cologne, but was recalled to direct the school at Reims in 1056.
In 1077, at the urging of Bruno and the clergy at Reims, de Gournai was suspended at a council at Autun.
Bruno went to the Guiscard court at Mileto to visit the count in his sickness (1098 and 1101), and to baptize his son Roger (1097), the future King of Sicily.
CNN/SI - World Skiing - Kernen takes early lead in combined - Monday February 08, 1999 10:25 PM (724 words)
Kernen, gold medallist in downhill and silver medallist in combined at the last world championships in 1997 in Sestrieres, Italy, had a smooth run that was timed in 1 minute, 13.44 seconds.
Kernen, 26, was next, and avoided the problems in a couple of corners that hurt him in the downhill on this same Birds of Prey course, when he placed seventh.
Bruno Kernen reflects at the end of the day.
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