Three Golds, three Silvers and three bronze medals including a Clean Sweep of the podium in the Men's Super G in St Moritz! These are the highlights from the 2017 Alpine World Championships
Andre Myhrer shows what he is capable of after recovering from his back injury: A sixth place result. Jonathan Nordbotten places 13th in World Championship Slalom as well.
A second medal for Wendy Holdener in the World Championships saw her take the silver in the Slalom behind Mikaela Shiffrin. Denise Feierabend and Bernadette Schild placed in the top ten as six World Cup Rebels made it into the top thirty.
Matts Olsson continues his strong form after injury with sixth place in Men's Giant Slalom. Alexis Pinturault and Mathieu Faivre also battle into the top ten finishers
Stephanie Brunner produces stirring second run to place fifth with Sara Hector battling into ninth
Adrien Theaux produced the best result for the Rebels on a day where the ruts grabbed the attention
Beat Feuz delivered the Gold and Erik Guay the silver as the HEAD World Cup Rebels delivered another stunning speed display