PYEONGCHANG (Reuters) – Lara Gut crashed out of the primary leg of the ladies’s Olympic giant slalom on Thursday, in an incident that noticed the Swiss downhill specialist veer into photographers on the facet of the course. No one gave the impression to be harm, nonetheless.
Gut appeared to catch one of the early gates with the tip of a ski, inflicting her to fall, slide down the mountain out of management and slam into a number of photographers, who have been making an attempt to leap out of her path.
Manuela Moelgg of Italy is the early race chief.
Reporting by Mark Trevelyan and Rory Carroll; Editing by John O’Brien