Swiss cross-country skier Toni Livers has announced his retirement from the sport.
The 36-year-old has opted to hang up his skis after a career which included four appearances at the Winter Olympic Games.
He made his debut on the biggest stage at Turin 2006 and went on to compete at Vancouver 2010, Sochi 2014 and Pyeongchang 2018.
In Vancouver he finished 10th with the Swiss team in the 4x10 kilometre relay, which was his best Olympic finish.
Livers also competed at eight International Ski Federation Nordic World Ski Championships, and made 183 starts on the World Cup circuit.
He claimed an individual World Cup victory on home snow in Davos in 2007, in the 15km individual freestyle.
His World Cup career began in 2003.
Livers will continue his involvement with the sport as he will now move into a coaching role with junior teams.