COOL RUNNINGS CONTINUED JAMAICA’S FIRST-EVER WINTER OLYMPICS SKIER BENJAMIN ALEXANDER FULFILS her CRAZY DREAM
At an Olympic Games, Benjamin Alexander became Jamaica’s first-ever alpine skier in Beijing 2022; when competing. At the Yanqing National Alpine Ski Centre, the former international DJ completed his giant slalom first run in 1:37.94, which impacted Sunday’s schedule, an impressive achievement gave there were 35 DNFs due to a huge blizzard.
In the first run in the giant slalom of men, there were 35 DNFs, at an Olympic Games, but the first-ever alpine skier of Jamaica was not among them.
In 1:37.94, that was hard, stated that DJ-turned-skier Benjamin Alexander in Fricking hell. Behind winner Marco Odermatt, who finished his first run on the Ice River course, more than 30 seconds.
Alexander was growing up in Northamptonshire may have placed bottom of the pile for skiers at the Yanqing National Alpine Ski Centre behind India’s Arif Mohd Khan; who completed the first run his placing in 54th was 15 seconds in 53rd, but the sizeable number of DNFs point out that how arduous the terms were.
After completing, Alexander finished 46th overall his second run. He pointed out the cameras and stated; that was for everyone who supposed they did not belong in skiing. Therefore earlier, get your juniors into winter dupes. Let’s impose the game. Greets. He also added that I am tired; therefore, I need a massage and a wine.