Juegos Olímpicos

Fotos de los Juegos Olímpicos

Sergi Cabanas Pegado (L) of Spain is challenged by Tudor Andrei Fulea of Romania for the ball during the Spain vs Romania men's water polo Europe Cup Group A match in Kecskemet, 85 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary. EFE
Sergi Cabanas Pegado (L) of Spain is challenged by Tudor Andrei Fulea of Romania for the ball during the Spain vs Romania men's water polo Europe Cup Group A match in Kecskemet, 85 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary. EFE
Sergi Cabanas Pegado (L) of Spain is challenged by Tudor Andrei Fulea of Romania for the ball during the Spain vs Romania men's water polo Europe Cup Group A match in Kecskemet, 85 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary. EFE
Alberto Munarriz Egana (L) of Spain is challenged by Alexandru Andrei Ghiban (R) of Romania for the ball during the Spain vs Romania men's water polo Europe Cup Group A match in Kecskemet, 85 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary. EFE
Alberto Munarriz Egana (L) of Spain is challenged by Alexandru Andrei Ghiban (R) of Romania for the ball during the Spain vs Romania men's water polo Europe Cup Group A match in Kecskemet, 85 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary. EFE
Alberto Munarriz Egana (L) of Spain is challenged by Alexandru Andrei Ghiban (R) of Romania for the ball during the Spain vs Romania men's water polo Europe Cup Group A match in Kecskemet, 85 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary. EFE
Sergi Cabanas Pegado (R) of Spain is challenged by Tudor Andrei Fulea of Romania for the ball during the Spain vs Romania men's water polo Europe Cup Group A match in Kecskemet, 85 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary. EFE
Sergi Cabanas Pegado (R) of Spain is challenged by Tudor Andrei Fulea of Romania for the ball during the Spain vs Romania men's water polo Europe Cup Group A match in Kecskemet, 85 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary. EFE
Sergi Cabanas Pegado (R) of Spain is challenged by Tudor Andrei Fulea of Romania for the ball during the Spain vs Romania men's water polo Europe Cup Group A match in Kecskemet, 85 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary. EFE
Lindsey Vonn of the USA reacts yesterday in the finish area during the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
Lindsey Vonn of the USA reacts yesterday in the finish area during the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
Lindsey Vonn of the USA reacts yesterday in the finish area during the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
El esquiador austríaco Marcel Hirscher, único séxtuple ganador, las pasadas seis temporadas, de la Copa del Mundo de esquí alpino, apunta a su segundo oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang 2018, al encabezar la prueba de gigante, que se disputa en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, en Corea del Sur.EFE
El esquiador austríaco Marcel Hirscher, único séxtuple ganador, las pasadas seis temporadas, de la Copa del Mundo de esquí alpino, apunta a su segundo oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang 2018, al encabezar la prueba de gigante, que se disputa en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, en Corea del Sur.EFE
El esquiador austríaco Marcel Hirscher, único séxtuple ganador, las pasadas seis temporadas, de la Copa del Mundo de esquí alpino, apunta a su segundo oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang 2018, al encabezar la prueba de gigante, que se disputa en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, en Corea del Sur.EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway, gold medal winner Marcel Hirscher of Austria, bronze medal winner Alexis Pinturault of France react after the Men's Giant Slalom at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 18 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway, gold medal winner Marcel Hirscher of Austria, bronze medal winner Alexis Pinturault of France react after the Men's Giant Slalom at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 18 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway, gold medal winner Marcel Hirscher of Austria, bronze medal winner Alexis Pinturault of France react after the Men's Giant Slalom at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 18 February 2018. EFE
El esquiador austríaco Marcel Hirscher, único séxtuple ganador, las pasadas seis temporadas, de la Copa del Mundo de esquí alpino, apunta a su segundo oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang 2018.EFE
El esquiador austríaco Marcel Hirscher, único séxtuple ganador, las pasadas seis temporadas, de la Copa del Mundo de esquí alpino, apunta a su segundo oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang 2018.EFE
El esquiador austríaco Marcel Hirscher, único séxtuple ganador, las pasadas seis temporadas, de la Copa del Mundo de esquí alpino, apunta a su segundo oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang 2018.EFE
Juan Del Campo of Spain reacts after the Men's Giant Slalom first run at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 18 February 2018. EFE
Juan Del Campo of Spain reacts after the Men's Giant Slalom first run at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 18 February 2018. EFE
Juan Del Campo of Spain reacts after the Men's Giant Slalom first run at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 18 February 2018. EFE
El esquiador austríaco Marcel Hirscher, único séxtuple ganador, las pasadas seis temporadas, de la Copa del Mundo de esquí alpino, apunta a su segundo oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang 2018, al encabezar la prueba de gigante, que se disputa en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, en Corea del Sur.EFE
El esquiador austríaco Marcel Hirscher, único séxtuple ganador, las pasadas seis temporadas, de la Copa del Mundo de esquí alpino, apunta a su segundo oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang 2018, al encabezar la prueba de gigante, que se disputa en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, en Corea del Sur.EFE
El esquiador austríaco Marcel Hirscher, único séxtuple ganador, las pasadas seis temporadas, de la Copa del Mundo de esquí alpino, apunta a su segundo oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang 2018, al encabezar la prueba de gigante, que se disputa en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, en Corea del Sur.EFE
La Asociación de Empresarios de Sierra Nevada ha cifrado hoy en 4 millones de euros las pérdidas ocasionadas este fin de semana por la huelga del personal de remontes de la estación de deportes invernales granadina, que ha permanecido cerrada para la práctica del esquí este sábado. EFE/Archivo
La Asociación de Empresarios de Sierra Nevada ha cifrado hoy en 4 millones de euros las pérdidas ocasionadas este fin de semana por la huelga del personal de remontes de la estación de deportes invernales granadina, que ha permanecido cerrada para la práctica del esquí este sábado. EFE/Archivo
La Asociación de Empresarios de Sierra Nevada ha cifrado hoy en 4 millones de euros las pérdidas ocasionadas este fin de semana por la huelga del personal de remontes de la estación de deportes invernales granadina, que ha permanecido cerrada para la práctica del esquí este sábado. EFE/Archivo
(L-R) Silver medal winner Anna Veith of Austria, Gold medal winner Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic and Bronze medal winner Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein celebrate during the venue ceremony for the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 17 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Anna Veith of Austria, Gold medal winner Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic and Bronze medal winner Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein celebrate during the venue ceremony for the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 17 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Anna Veith of Austria, Gold medal winner Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic and Bronze medal winner Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein celebrate during the venue ceremony for the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 17 February 2018. EFE
Vista de la estación de Sierra Nevada. EFE/Archivo
Vista de la estación de Sierra Nevada. EFE/Archivo
Vista de la estación de Sierra Nevada. EFE/Archivo
(L-R) Silver medal winner Anna Veith of Austria, Gold medal winner Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic and Bronze medal winner Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein celebrate during the venue ceremony for the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 17 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Anna Veith of Austria, Gold medal winner Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic and Bronze medal winner Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein celebrate during the venue ceremony for the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 17 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Anna Veith of Austria, Gold medal winner Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic and Bronze medal winner Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein celebrate during the venue ceremony for the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 17 February 2018. EFE
Ester Ledecka of Czech Republic reacts in the finish area during the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 17 February 2018. EFE
Ester Ledecka of Czech Republic reacts in the finish area during the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 17 February 2018. EFE
Ester Ledecka of Czech Republic reacts in the finish area during the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 17 February 2018. EFE
Sarah Schleper of Mexico arrives in the finish area after her run in the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
Sarah Schleper of Mexico arrives in the finish area after her run in the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
Sarah Schleper of Mexico arrives in the finish area after her run in the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
Sarah Schleper of Mexico speeds down the slope during the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
Sarah Schleper of Mexico speeds down the slope during the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
Sarah Schleper of Mexico speeds down the slope during the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
Sarah Schleper of Mexico arrives in the finish area after her run in the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
Sarah Schleper of Mexico arrives in the finish area after her run in the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
Sarah Schleper of Mexico arrives in the finish area after her run in the Women's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea. EFE
El austriaco Matthias Mayer, hoy tras recibir la medalla de oros en el supergigante de los Juegos de PyeongChang. EFE
El austriaco Matthias Mayer, hoy tras recibir la medalla de oros en el supergigante de los Juegos de PyeongChang. EFE
El austriaco Matthias Mayer, hoy tras recibir la medalla de oros en el supergigante de los Juegos de PyeongChang. EFE
(I-d) la suiza Wendy Holdener, plata, la sueca Frida Hansdotter oro, y la austriaca Katharina Gallhuber, bronce, celebran su podio hoy en los JJOO. EFE
(I-d) la suiza Wendy Holdener, plata, la sueca Frida Hansdotter oro, y la austriaca Katharina Gallhuber, bronce, celebran su podio hoy en los JJOO. EFE
(I-d) la suiza Wendy Holdener, plata, la sueca Frida Hansdotter oro, y la austriaca Katharina Gallhuber, bronce, celebran su podio hoy en los JJOO. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Beat Feuz of Switzerland, gold medal winner Matthias Mayer of Austria, bronze medal winner Kjetil Jansrud of Norway pose during the venue ceremony of the Men's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 16 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Beat Feuz of Switzerland, gold medal winner Matthias Mayer of Austria, bronze medal winner Kjetil Jansrud of Norway pose during the venue ceremony of the Men's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 16 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Beat Feuz of Switzerland, gold medal winner Matthias Mayer of Austria, bronze medal winner Kjetil Jansrud of Norway pose during the venue ceremony of the Men's Super-G race at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 16 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Wendy Holdener of Switzerland, gold medal winner Frida Hansdotter of Sweden, bronze medal winner Katharina Gallhuber of Austria pose during the venue ceremony of the Women's Slalom race at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 16 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Wendy Holdener of Switzerland, gold medal winner Frida Hansdotter of Sweden, bronze medal winner Katharina Gallhuber of Austria pose during the venue ceremony of the Women's Slalom race at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 16 February 2018. EFE
(L-R) Silver medal winner Wendy Holdener of Switzerland, gold medal winner Frida Hansdotter of Sweden, bronze medal winner Katharina Gallhuber of Austria pose during the venue ceremony of the Women's Slalom race at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 16 February 2018. EFE
Daegwallyeong-myeon (Korea, Republic Of), 16/02/2018.- Gold medal winner Frida Hansdotter (C) of Sweden celebrates with her team during the venue ceremony for the Women's Slalom race at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 16 February 2018. EFE
Daegwallyeong-myeon (Korea, Republic Of), 16/02/2018.- Gold medal winner Frida Hansdotter (C) of Sweden celebrates with her team during the venue ceremony for the Women's Slalom race at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 16 February 2018. EFE
Daegwallyeong-myeon (Korea, Republic Of), 16/02/2018.- Gold medal winner Frida Hansdotter (C) of Sweden celebrates with her team during the venue ceremony for the Women's Slalom race at the Yongpyong Alpine Centre during the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games, South Korea, 16 February 2018. EFE
La estadounidense Mikaela Shiffrin durante la prueba del eslalon de esquí alpino de los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang, que se disputa este viernes en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, que tras ganar el jueves el gigante, ocupa la cuarta plaza tras la primera manga. EFE
La estadounidense Mikaela Shiffrin durante la prueba del eslalon de esquí alpino de los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang, que se disputa este viernes en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, que tras ganar el jueves el gigante, ocupa la cuarta plaza tras la primera manga. EFE
La estadounidense Mikaela Shiffrin durante la prueba del eslalon de esquí alpino de los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang, que se disputa este viernes en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, que tras ganar el jueves el gigante, ocupa la cuarta plaza tras la primera manga. EFE
La suiza Wendy Holdener en acción durante la prueba del eslalon de esquí alpino de los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang, que se disputa este viernes en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong y en el que la gran favorita, la estadounidense Mikaela Shiffrin, ocupa la cuarta plaza tras la primera manga. EFE
La suiza Wendy Holdener en acción durante la prueba del eslalon de esquí alpino de los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang, que se disputa este viernes en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong y en el que la gran favorita, la estadounidense Mikaela Shiffrin, ocupa la cuarta plaza tras la primera manga. EFE
La suiza Wendy Holdener en acción durante la prueba del eslalon de esquí alpino de los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang, que se disputa este viernes en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong y en el que la gran favorita, la estadounidense Mikaela Shiffrin, ocupa la cuarta plaza tras la primera manga. EFE
La suiza Wendy Holdener durante la prueba del eslalon de esquí alpino de los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang, que se disputa este viernes en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, en el que la gran favorita, la estadounidense Mikaela Shiffrin, ocupa la cuarta plaza tras la primera manga. EFE
La suiza Wendy Holdener durante la prueba del eslalon de esquí alpino de los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang, que se disputa este viernes en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, en el que la gran favorita, la estadounidense Mikaela Shiffrin, ocupa la cuarta plaza tras la primera manga. EFE
La suiza Wendy Holdener durante la prueba del eslalon de esquí alpino de los Juegos Olímpicos de PyeongChang, que se disputa este viernes en la estación surcoreana de YongPyong, en el que la gran favorita, la estadounidense Mikaela Shiffrin, ocupa la cuarta plaza tras la primera manga. EFE

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