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World Cup slalom skier interrupted by course worker on slopes

Argentinian skier Cristian Javier Simari Birkner was left outraged at the Alpine Ski World Cup men’s slalom in Madonna di Campiglio, Italy, after a course worker interrupted his run and forced the veteran to abandon the race. 
Simari Birkner was the 75th and final skier but consequently recorded a ‘did not finish’. Switzerland’s Daniel Yule went on to win the event for the second successive year. 

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    so nice to see sport events without drugrussian team👍

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    So they forgot him at first place and didn't even give him new try? Or was it anyway his fault?

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    Wait so they didn't let him restart?

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    Too bad nobody’s ever heard of him

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