VIDEO. Alpine skiing: Relive Alexis Pinturault’s crazy descent to win his second world title

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The Frenchman was crowned for the second time in combined at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in Courchevel.

Frenchman Alexis Pinturault won the combined at the Alpine Skiing Worlds in Courchevel, this Tuesday, February 7, the first men’s race of the competition, in the resort where he partly grew up.

Pinturault obtained his sixth planetary individual medal, his second in gold in this discipline after that gleaned in Are (Sweden) in 2019, and ideally launched the world fortnight of the France team. The French skier was however not sure of his form before setting off.

“Going for the podium would already be a great success in itself. But you have to be so realistic, the goal for me is to give the best and we will take stock at the end,” he said before the race.


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