Gisin returns to racing three weeks after injury

12th February, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

BEAVER CREEK — In all the talk about injuries and comebacks, one story that may have flown under the radar the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships is that of Swiss skier Dominique Gisin. You might remember her from the Olympics in Sochi, Russia, where she tied Tina Maze for the downhill gold medal.The 29-year-old veteran, who was poised to become the first female fighter pilot in the Swiss military if not for her ski racing career, was hoping to find some of that Olympic fire in these World Championships.But on Jan. 19, Gisin crashed in a World Cup race in …

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