The Team arrived into Austria from sunny Queenstown well after midnight 10th January and straight back into full swing, based about ten minutes drive out of Zell am See. 446 more words
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Eric Willemsen from the Associated Press reports that the FIS (International Ski Federation) has officially banned the use of drones for broadcast purposes in light on the embarrassing and potentially serious situation involving a drone crashing just metres behind world and Olympic slalom champion Marcel Hirscher on Tuesday night at a race in Italy. 220 more words
By now, if you’re reading this page, you’ve most likely already have seen the footage from last night’s World Cup slalom race where multiple-time world champion and Olympic gold medalist Marcel Hirscher narrowly escaped getting hit by a falling drone while in the middle of his 2nd slalom run of the night in a race in Italy. 193 more words
A drone fell out of the sky and nearly knocked out Austrian skier Marcel Hirscher, who was in his second run of a World Cup slalom ski race in Italy on Tuesday. 96 more words
The world’s best Alpine skier was nearly taken out by a drone camera in the middle of a slalom run Tuesday night.
Marcel Hirscher, the four-time reigning World Cup overall champion, was about 10 seconds into his second run of a night slalom in Madonna di Campiglio, Italy, when the camera crashed to the snow behind him, between the Austrian and the previous gate. 99 more words