Jackie Chamoun, the Lebanese skier who last week came under fire after appearing nude in an online video, came up short in the women's slalom on Friday.
Way short, actually.
She finished 47th overall, a whopping 44.20 seconds behind American gold medallist Mikaela Shiffrin.
"Great feeling to cross the finish line of my race today!!!" she posted to Facebook. "Finished 47th out of 87 skiers! Thank you all for your support, it really helped!!!"
Most of that support came at the start the Sochi Games when a video of Chamoun posing naked for a ski calender popped up online, provoking the Lebanese Olympic Committee to open an investigation.
Since then, her biggest supporters have started a campaign called "I'm Not Naked" to shed light on the harsh realities Arab women face.
"Some women are beaten or killed, others are raped, and the (Lebanese) media shifts their attention to a confident, talented, beautiful woman who represents her country at the Olympic Games," protester Cynthia-Maria Aramouni, who created the campaign, told Yahoo.
Chamoun was featured three years ago in a calendar that shows images of both male and female skiers at least partially nude. The recent release of a behind-the-scenes video showing Chamoun almost entirely naked has sparked what media in her home country are calling a "scandal".
According to an ABC report, Lebanon's National News Agency has said the country's sports industry minister has asked that steps be taken to avoid "harming Lebanon's reputation and international participation."
In response, Chamoun's supporters also posed naked for an Instagram page recently under the hashtag #StripForJackie.
The campaign claims it's "about recognizing the true definition of a person.
"We are who we choose to be and what we choose to do."
Chamoun, who apologized this week on Facebook, will compete in the slalom and giant slalom next week.
The skier-turned-model also appeared at the 2010 Vancouver Games, finishing 54th in the slalom.