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My prefix is a winner.

My suffix is the inner.

My infix is whole.

My whole is cold.

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I think the answer is

Winter

My prefix is a winner.

Win

My suffix is the inner.

Inter - a prefix used to mean "between"

My infix is whole.

Int - short for integer in computer programming, i.e, a whole number

My whole is cold.

Winter is the coldest season.

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Passionless

Prefix

Prefix "pass", what the winner has done to everyone else in a race

Suffix

Suffix "less", a number less than x is inside the set of natural numbers up to x

Infix

Infix "ion", a perfectly whole bit of matter, though I grant the missing electron may make this a stretch

The whole

Passionless means "cold or unemotional"

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