World-class Swiss alpine ski racer who is specializes in the downhill. Gut won gold in the Super-G at the 2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup and earned her first Olympic medal representing Switzerland at the 2014 Winter Olympics, taking home bronze in the downhill.
She married the Swiss football player ValonBehrami in July 2018, and from the 2019 season has competed using the double-barrelled name Gut-Behrami. She was born in Sorengo, Ticino, and competed in her first International Ski Federation races in December 2006, when she was 15 years old.
At 17 years and 237 days old, she became the youngest skier ever to win a World Cup Super-G race. 10 seconds behind gold medalist Tina Maze at the 2014 Olympic Games. At the 2009 World Championships in France, Gut won silver medals in the downhill and the super combined, more than two months before her 18th birthday.
Gut won her first World Cup downhill in December, 2012 in France. She finished ahead of American Leanne Smith (0.16 seconds) and fellow Swiss skier NadjaKamer (0.5 seconds). Gut won its first Olympic medal in downhill in 2014 in Sochi. He took the bronze, finishing 0.10 seconds behind Tina Maze and fellow Swiss skier Dominique Gisin, who both won gold.
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 At the World Cup, he won the Super-G season title and finished third overall in 2014. After four years with Rossignol, Gut turned into equipment Head May 2015. At the World Championship in 2017 in the snow country of origin at the St. Moritz, Gut won bronze in the super-G. In the next event, the combined, he injured his left knee (ACL, meniscus) between runs, ending his season.