Less than two months before the Beijing Olympics, two more skiers have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Austrian world champion Katharina Liensberger and New Zealand's Alice Robinson participated in COVID-19 with Swiss skier Lara Gut-Behrami.
This week, all three women may have to participate in two World Cup giant slalom matches in Courchevel, France. Robinson and Gut-Behrami have already missed the weekend in Val d'Isere.
Robinson wrote on Instagram: "Unfortunately, my base in Italy tested positive for COVID 19 last week and has been in quarantine since then." "I have done a good job, now I just want to recover as soon as possible, and as soon as possible. Back on the slope."
As a former junior world champion, the 20-year-old Robinson has won three World Cup giant slalom and finished fourth in the World Championship in Cortina d’Ampezzo last season. She is one of the most promising people in the southern hemisphere to win a medal at the Beijing Olympics, which opens on February 4.