Racing at an altitude of 10,340 feet (3,152 meters), Luitz used the oxygen before retaining his first-run lead over Marcel Hirscher. The Austrian great will be awarded the win. FIS prohibits using supplemental oxygen even though the World Anti-Doping Agency does not.
Skiing's governing body says its hearing panel's decision is "not a sanction, but a consequence of the rule violation." Luitz and Germany's ski federation can appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
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