In front of a massive Swiss crowd the World Cup Men’s Tech skiers put on a show for two days in Adelboden photos: GEPA Pictures/Agence Zoom/Mackenzie Moran

Men’s GS January 11th

Fabian Wilkens Solheim (NOR) had a career-best result jumping all the way up to ninth place from bib 37. Photo: Alexis Boichard/Agence Zoom
Ted Ligety, the only American to place in the top 10 on the day, finished seventh. Photo: GEPA Pictures
Filip Zubcic (CRO), Zan Kranjec (SLO), Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) and Victor Muffat-Jeandet (FRA). Photo: GEPA pictures

Men’s Slalom January 12th

Luke Winters found himself right outside the top ten in 11th place but was the topg American athlete of the day. Photo: GEPA Pictures

“In between runs, I said, ‘whatever happens Daniel, if you have to go down today at least go down in flames.’ So I said go for it, full attack, and no matter what happens you’ll have no regrets.”

Daniel Yule
Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR), Daniel Yule (SUI) and Marco Schwarz (AUT). Photo: GEPA pictures
Daniel Yule collected his third slalom win in as many races in front of the Swiss crowd Photo: GEPA pictures
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