GISIN

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GISINGlobal Invasive Species Information Network (Reston, VA)
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The race was interrupted for half an hour as doctors treated an unconscious Gisin, who was transported by helicopter to hospital in Bolzano, 40km away from the ski resort in the Italian Dolomites.
Gisin lost control before a jump midway down, flew into the air and landed awkwardly on his side and back right in the middle of the Saslong course's famous camel bumps.
Gisin, the third fastest after the downhill, posted the fourth-quickest slalom run to claim gold by 0.97 from Shiffrin, with Wendy Holdener of Switzerland taking bronze.
Switzerland's Michelle Gisin has set the early time to beat.
Shiffrin's American compatriot Lindsey Vonn, who had led after the downhill section, was the last skier to compete but was unable to finish her slalom run, leaving the 24-year-old Gisin to savour her first Olympic medal.
"Nonlocality is so fundamental and so important for our worldview of quantum mechanics that it's important to achieve such a result," says Nicolas Gisin, a quantum physicist at the University of Geneva.
Gisin, "Quantum cryptography protocols robust against photon number splitting attacks for weak laser pulse implementations", Physical review letters, vol.
The suspected gunman first killed three people - a 58-year-old man, a 57-year-old woman and a 32-year-old man - in a house, criminal police official Markus Gisin said.
Maze, the Slovenian skier had another memorable year when she won two gold medals in the Winter Olympics in Sochi, taking the blue riband Downhill gold, shared with Dominique Gisin, and the Giant Slalom.
39 What connects Xherdan Shaqiri, Stan Wawrinka and Dominique Gisin? 40 Jermain Defoe left which MLS club to join Sunderland last week?