ABIGAIL Vieira signed off her campaign at the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics in Lausanne, Switzerland, with another creditable showing in the alpine skiing women's slalom event, on Tuesday.

Read more: TT's Vieira signs off on Olympic campaign

Abigail Vieira is the first ever athlete from Trinidad & Tobago to participate at a Youth Olympic Games, and the first Alpine Skier from TTO to participate at any Olympic event.

Read more: Alpine Skiing – Slalom: last competition of the Games for Abigail Vieira

WITH THE TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO FLAG WAVING AND HER PARENTS CHEERING AT THE FINISH LINE, ABIGAIL VIEIRA MADE HISTORY BY BECOMING THE FIRST ATHLETE FROM THE DUAL-ISLAND CARIBBEAN NATION TO COMPETE AT A WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES.

Read more: ALPINE SKIER BECOMES FIRST TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO ATHLETE TO COMPETE AT WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

Today is a rest day for Alpine Skier Abigail Vieira, before returning to competition tomorrow in the Slalom at Les Diablerets. We take the opportunity to take a look at the rest of her team.

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In Giant Slalom, the gates are spaced further apart than in Slalom, but not as far apart as in super-G. In Giant Slalom the course consists of two double sets of poles linked by a gate panel through which the competitor has to ski. The competitions are run in an "against the clock" format and, as in Slalom, each skier completes two runs and the competitor with the fastest combined time wins.

Read more: Abigail Vieira competed in the Alpine Skiing Giant Slalom event today.