Who needs gold? Alpine ski star Hirscher insists he doesn’t

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Who needs gold? Alpine ski star Hirscher insists he doesn’t

Hirscher happy with previous successes
Austria’s Marcel Hirscher celebrates after winning an alpine ski men’s World Cup slalom Sunday in Adelboden, Switzerland. Hirscher is the only man with six World Cup overall titles – all in a row, too. He’s won four world championship crowns and 51 World Cup races, just three away from matching the total of fellow Austrian Hermann Maier. It’s an impressive resume with just one glaring omission – an Olympic gold medal.
Austria’s Marcel Hirscher competes during an alpine ski men’s World Cup slalom Sunday in Adelboden, Switzerland. Hirscher has won just about everything but an Olympic medal, and said gold in South Korea next month isn’t his top priority this season.
World Cup overall men’s 2017 champion Austria’s Marcel Hirscher poses with his crystal globe trophies after a men’s World Cup ski race March 17 in Aspen. Hirscher is the only man with six World Cup overall titles – all in a row, too. He’s won four world championship crowns and 51 World Cup races, just three away from matching the total of fellow Austrian Hermann Maier. It’s an impressive resume with just one glaring omission – an Olympic gold medal.
Austria’s Marcel Hirscher races on his way to win an alpine ski men’s World Cup slalom Sunday in Adelboden, Switzerland.
Austria’s Marcel Hirscher competes during an alpine ski men’s World Cup slalom Sunday in Adelboden, Switzerland.

Who needs gold? Alpine ski star Hirscher insists he doesn’t

Austria’s Marcel Hirscher celebrates after winning an alpine ski men’s World Cup slalom Sunday in Adelboden, Switzerland. Hirscher is the only man with six World Cup overall titles – all in a row, too. He’s won four world championship crowns and 51 World Cup races, just three away from matching the total of fellow Austrian Hermann Maier. It’s an impressive resume with just one glaring omission – an Olympic gold medal.
Austria’s Marcel Hirscher competes during an alpine ski men’s World Cup slalom Sunday in Adelboden, Switzerland. Hirscher has won just about everything but an Olympic medal, and said gold in South Korea next month isn’t his top priority this season.
World Cup overall men’s 2017 champion Austria’s Marcel Hirscher poses with his crystal globe trophies after a men’s World Cup ski race March 17 in Aspen. Hirscher is the only man with six World Cup overall titles – all in a row, too. He’s won four world championship crowns and 51 World Cup races, just three away from matching the total of fellow Austrian Hermann Maier. It’s an impressive resume with just one glaring omission – an Olympic gold medal.
Austria’s Marcel Hirscher races on his way to win an alpine ski men’s World Cup slalom Sunday in Adelboden, Switzerland.
Austria’s Marcel Hirscher competes during an alpine ski men’s World Cup slalom Sunday in Adelboden, Switzerland.
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