Swiss ski coach Inglin out at season's end
BERN, Switzerland -- Switzerland's men's skiing coach Osi Inglin will lose his job at the end of the season because of the team's poor results.
Swiss Ski President Urs Lehmann says "the situation and the circumstances demand a fresh start and a new look" in a statement by the national ski federation.
The Swiss men failed to win a medal at the world championships this month at Schladming, Austria.
A dismal World Cup season has left 37th-ranked Carlo Janka, the 2010 overall winner, as the highest-ranked Swiss in the standings.
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