Deportes de invierno

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El español Lucas Eguibar en la última carrera de la prueba de boardercross por equipos de snowboard de los Mundiales de Sierra Nevada 2017. EFE/Archivo

Second placed Andreas Wellinger of Germany (L-R), first placed Richard Freitag of Germany and third placed Daniel Andre Tande of Norway during the flower ceremony of the Men's Single HS142 competition at the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Titisee-Neustadt, Germany. EFE/EPA

Michael Matt of Austria in action during the first run of the men's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val D'Isere, France. EFE

Marcel Hirscher of Austria celebrates winning the Men's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val D'Isere, France. EFE/EPA

Stefano Gross of Italy in action during the first run of the men's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val D'Isere, France. EFE

Marcel Hirscher of Austria celebrates winning the Men's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val D'Isere, France, 10 December 2017. (Francia) EFE

Marcel Hirscher (c) of Austria celebrates on the podium after winning the Men's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val D'Isere, France, 10 December 2017. Marcel Hirscher won ahead of second placed Henrik Kristoffersen (l) of Norway and third placed Andre Myhrer (r) of Sweden. (Noruega, Suecia, Francia) EFE

Marcel Hirscher of Austria in action during the first run of the men's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val D'Isere, France. EFE

Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway in action during the first run of the men's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val D'Isere, France. EFE

Staff removes the gates after the cancellation of the Women's Super-G of the Alpine combined race at the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, in St. Moritz, Switzerland. EFE

Swiss army member removes the gates after the cancellation of the Women's Super-G of the Alpine combined race at the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, in St. Moritz, Switzerland. EFE

Swiss army member removes the gates after the cancellation of the Women's Super-G of the Alpine combined race at the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, in St. Moritz, Switzerland. EFE

Andre Myhrer of Sweden in action during the first run of the men's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val D'Isere, France. EFE

Alexis Pinturault of France in action during the first run of the men's Giant Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val D'Isere, France. EFE/EPA

Marcel Hirscher of Austria in action during the first run of the men's Giant Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val D'Isere, France. EFE/EPA

Jasmine Flury, of Switzerland, in action during the women's Super-G race at the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, in St. Moritz, Switzerland, 09 December 2017. (Suiza) EFE/EPA

Lindsey Vonn, of the United States, grimaces in pain after crossing the finish line, during the women's Super-G race at the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, in St. Moritz, Switzerland, Saturday. EFE/EPA

Jasmine Flury, of Switzerland, first place, between Michelle Gisin, left, of Switzerland, second place, and Tina Weirather, right, of Liechtenstein, third place celebrate on the podium in the finish area at the women's Super-G race at the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, in St. Moritz, Switzerland, Saturday. (Suiza) EFE/EPA

Marcel Hirscher of Austria, first place (C), Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway, second place (L), and Stefan Luitz of Germany, third place (R) on the winners podium in the finish area after the Giant Slalom at the Birds of Prey World Cup Alpine Ski race in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA, 03 December 2017. (Noruega, Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE

Hirscher, de 28 años y que acumula en su palmarés seis títulos mundiales, firmó su cuadragésima sexta victoria en este circuito y la vigésima tercera en gigante, especialidad de la que ha ganado cuatro veces el globo de cristal. EFE/Archivo

Tina Weirather, esquiadora liechtensteiniana. EFE/Archivo

Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway skis in the finish area after the Downhill run at the Birds of Prey World Cup Alpine Ski race in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA, 02 December 2017. EFE

Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway, first place, (C), Beat Feuz of Switzerland, second place (L), and Thomas Dressen of Germany, third place (R) celebrate on the winners podium in the finish area after the Downhill at the Birds of Prey World Cup Alpine Ski race in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA, 02 December 2017. EFE

El esquiador Aksel Lund Svindal de Noruega en acción durante un entrenamiento de la Copa del Mundo de Esquí Alpino Birds of Prey, en Beaver Creek, Colorado (EE.UU.). EFE

Vincent Kriechmayr of Austria, first place (C) celebrates after being introduced as the winner as Kjetil Jansrud of Norway, second place, (L) and Hannes Reichel of Austria, third place (R) applaud on the winners podium in the finish area after the Super-G at the Birds of Prey World Cup Alpine Ski race in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA, 01 December 2017. EFE

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