Rogue Man Wanders Onto The Course During A World Cup Ski Race, Nearly Gets Train Wrecked

Norwegian alpine skier Henrik Kristoffersen narrowly avoided a major collision this weekend at a World Cup race in Adelboden.

As Kristoffersen made his way toward the lower part of the course, a guy on skis (who Universal Sports called a “course worker”) aimlessly glided in his path.

He looked liked he could barely ski.

Kristoffersen was allowed to re-run the race, and ended up finishing third. Considering downhill skiers can hit speeds of 90 mph during a run, he was lucky to avoid injury here (via Universal Sports):

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