Alpine Skiing

Marcel Hirscher (AUT) won his first gold at an Olympic Winter Games in the event of alpine combined, admitting he felt ‘unbelievable’ to finally claim an Olympic gold medal, but that he had to reach new heights to do so.

Medallists

 

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Alpine combined men

Marcel Hirscher (AUT)

Alexis Pinturault (FRA)

Victor Muffat-Jeandet (FRA)

The Alpine ladies are yet to begin their programme falling victim to unprecendented winds in Yong Pyong resort with both the giant slalom and slalom postponed after the men’s downhill due to open the programme at Jeongseon last Sunday was similarly affected. The world is now awaiting the ‘double, double-header’ on Thursday and Friday which will feature the four re-scheduled races.

Tue, 15 Feb

Giant slalom ladies
Downhill men

10:00/13:45 local time
11:30 local time

2:00/5:45 CET
3:30 CET

Fri, 16 Feb

Slalom ladies
Super-G men

10:00/13:45 local time
11:00 local time

2:00/5:45 CET
3:00 CET

Sat, 17 Feb

Super-G ladies

11:00 local time

3:00 CET

Sun, 18 Feb

Giant slalom men

10:15/13:45 local time

2:15/5:45 CET

Wed, 21 Feb

Downhill ladies

11:00 local time

3:00 CET

Thu, 22 Feb

Slalom men

10:15/13:45 local time

2:15/5:45 CET

Sat, 23 Feb

Alpine combined ladies

11:00/14:30 local time

3:00/6:00 CET

Sun, 24 Feb

Team event

11:00 local time

3:00 CET

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Favourite behind the scenes stories

Manuel Osborne-Paradis (CAN) celebrated his birthday on 8th February and as per tradition, he ended up with a “cream cake” on his face. Kjetil Jansrud had the honor this year.

Dominik Paris (ITA), meanwhile, is almost at the end of his second Nutella jar.