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  2. Primož Peterka - Wikipedia

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    Career. Peterka was born in Prikrnica, near Ljubljana, Slovenia (then part of Yugoslavia).He started ski jumping on a small hill (with a K-point at around 20 metres) near his hometown of Moravče, a small town about 30 km north-east from Ljubljana.

  3. Primož Peterka - Local Business | Facebook

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    Primož Peterka. 130 likes. Primož Peterka is a Slovenian former ski jumper. During his career he won fifteen World Cup events, two consecutive World Cup...

  4. Se Primož in Renata Peterka ločujeta? :: Prvi interaktivni ...

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    Primoz, zdrzi pritisk, bodi mocan in misli samo nase in na svoje najdrazje v teh tezkih trenutkih. Ne oziraj se na morebitne zlobne komentarje ljudi. To je vajina stvar in nobeden se nima pravice vtikat vaju. Primoz mi smo s tabo - vedno bili in vedno bomo!!

  5. Zapraszam na skivideo.pl 2nd competition, 1st round, 1995/1996 season

  6. Category:Primož Peterka - Wikimedia Commons

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    View the profiles of people named Primoz Peterka. Join Facebook to connect with Primoz Peterka and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power...

  9. Primož Peterka - Wikidata

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  10. Primoz Peterka wygrywa zawody w Ga-Pa 2003 ,Goldberger i Małysz z tą samą ilością punktów zajmują drugie miejsce.

  11. Primož Kozmus - Wikipedia

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    Primož Kozmus (born September 30, 1979 in Novo Mesto) is a Slovenian hammer thrower.His gold medals in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing and the 2009 World Championships in Berlin made him the first ever Slovenian athlete to win both titles.