Bischofsberger crowned Cross Alps Tour winner with 2nd straight win in Innichen | Highlights

22 December 2017 14:34

The Swiss skier makes back-to-back wins in South Tyrol to seal 2017 Cross Alps Tour title in great fashion. Andersson finished 2nd today with Alex Fiva (Switzerland) in third place.
Full results here: http://www.fis-ski.com/freestyle-skiing/ski-cross/events-and-places/results/?season=2018&discipline=SX&gender=all&race_id=10388§or=FS
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