Adriana Jelinkova fell hard a day after she unofficially qualified for the Olympic Games.

The 25-year-old Dutch alpine skier went down on the slopes of Kranjska Gora in the first run of the giant slalom and was transported by stretcher.

The World Cup race on the Slovenian track was halted for a while after the crash of Jelinkova.

It is unclear what exactly is wrong with her.

On Saturday, the skier, born in the Czech Republic and raised in the Netherlands, turned eleventh in the giant slalom of Kranjska Gora.

After her historic tenth place in November at the parallel giant slalom in Lech, Jelinkova thus met NOC * NSF's qualification requirements to participate in the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing.

The sports umbrella demands a place in the top eight once or twice among the best sixteen in a World Cup match.

Jelinkova could become the first alpine skier to represent the Netherlands at the Olympic Games since Margriet Prajoux-Bouma at the 1952 edition in Oslo.

With her tenth place in Lech, Jelinkova had already made history.

She then improved the Dutch record of Angelika van der Kraats, who finished eleventh in 1985 at the combination in Bad Kleinkirchheim.