Kinsey Wolanski, Champions League final streaker, halts Ski World Cup with Kobe Bryant banner.
The 2019 Champions League streaker Kinsey Wolanski has paid tribute to Kobe Bryant by interrupting the FIS Ski World Cup in Austria.
Wolanski went viral last year when she invaded the pitch during Liverpool’s convert Tottenham in Madrid.
and therefore the 23-year-old was the centre of attention once more as she temporarily brought a halt to the men’s slalom at the FIS Ski World Cup in Schladming, Austria, on Tuesday evening.
Italian skier Alex Vinatzer believed he had clocked the fastest time during the second run and commenced to celebrate because the crowd cheered.
But Vinatzer hasn’t spotted Wolanski, who had run out from the gang and delayed a ‘RIP Kobe’ banner as a tribute to the NBA legend,
who died alongside his 13-year-old daughter Gianna during a helicopter crash in California on Sunday.
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Wolanski had stopped the time by crossing the line , which had tricked Vinatzer into thinking he had taken the lead from his French rival Clement Noel.
After parading ahead of the gang together with her banner, Wolanski was led away by security.
During the Champions League final last year, Wolanski ran on to the pitch to market the X-rated website ‘Vitaly Uncensored’. Wolanski managed to evade several stewards as she ran past the players before she was caught by security.