Michelle Gisin Wiki, Michelle Gisin Bio
Michelle Gisin Wiki: Michelle Gisin born 5 December 1993 is a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer who competes in all disciplines except giant slalom. Michelle Gisin became an Olympic gold medalist has won the women’s combined event at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, Korea Michelle is the younger sister of alpine ski racers Marc and Dominique Gisin.
Michelle Gisin has enjoyed success in the Swiss Junior National Championships, finishing third in the downhill in 2011, third in the Super G in 2012 and winning the super combined in 2012. Michelle Gisin took a silver medal in the slalom at the FIS Junior World Ski Championships in February 2013. Michelle Gisin competed for Switzerland at the 2014 Winter Olympics in the alpine skiing events.
Michelle Gisin made a breakthrough at senior level at a World Cup meeting in Val-d’Isère just before Christmas 2016: she took a seventh place in her first World Cup start in downhill, and took her first podium finish when Michelle Gisin finished second in the combined. Later that season at the 2017 Alpine Skiing World Championships in St. Moritz, Gisin took a silver medal in the combined, finishing behind teammate Wendy Holdener in a one-two finish for the Swiss on home snow.
In December 2017, during her first visit to Lake Louise, Gisin took an eighth place in the first of two downhills at the Canadian resort before taking her second World Cup podium in the second downhill the following day, finishing in third. The following week Michelle Gisin made a successful return to St. Moritz when Michelle Gisin took her first top 10 finish in a super-G, benefiting from an improvement in weather conditions to again finish second as part of a Swiss one-two, this time finishing 0.1 seconds behind Jasmine Flury. Michelle Gisin went on to take the gold medal in the combined at the 2018 Winter Olympics, finishing third in the first run of downhill before holding off Mikaela Shiffrin and Wendy Holdener in the slalom leg to take the win, following in the footsteps of her sister, who won a gold medal in downhill in the 2014 Games.
Michelle Gisin Personal life
Michelle Gisin has been in a relationship with Italian alpine skier Luca De Aliprandini since 2014.
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His condition is stable enough that he can be flown back to Switzerland tonight for further diagnoses,” a statement from the Swiss ski team said. “The exact diagnoses of his injuries we expect Sunday afternoon.”