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The body of the former Olympic skier was discovered in the mountains of Madrid, northwest of the capital, after several days of search that mobilized hundreds of police, firefighters and volunteers.
"The Higher Sports Council (CSD) greatly regrets the death of Blanca Fernández Ochoa and sends her deepest condolences to the relatives and friends of the Olympic skier. Spanish sport regrets her loss," said the agency, under the Ministry of Sports Spanish.
"Professionals of the Security Forces, emergency services and numerous volunteers have turned to the search for Blanca Fernández Ochoa. But it could not be. My love for all his family," tweeted, for his part, the head of the Spanish government, Pedro Sánchez, on a photo of the sportswoman with her Olympic medal.
Blanca Fernández Ochoa, 56, was missing since August 23, although it was not until the 31st when the Spanish police made this disappearance public to request citizen collaboration.
The former sportswoman was very fond of hiking, according to her family's statements to the press, especially in the mountains of Madrid, a place she knew well.
Blanca Fernández Ochoa, sister of Francisco Fernández Ochoa, the first Spanish Olympic ski champion at the Saporo-1972 Games, had won the bronze at the Albertville Olympics in 1992.
Winner of four World Cup events, Blanca Fernández Ochoa had retired from the sport after her Olympic success in Albertville.
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