Marc Gisin is Saturday heavy fall during the downhill at the world cup races in Val Gardena. The Swiss skier hit his head to the ground and remained unconscious, but would not be in danger of exclusion.
The thirty years Gisin was with a trauma helicopter to a nearby hospital.
His younger sister Michelle, olympic champion in the combined, let to Swiss media know that her brother was extensively examined by doctors. His condition would be stable.
Gisin, who with Dominique still an olympic champion (2014, descent) as a sister, ran three years ago a brain injury after a fall in Kitzbühel.
Early this year, the Swiss as a debutant 21st on the olympic downhill at the winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.