Almost two weeks after she was last seen alive, the body of Spanish Olympic skier Blanca Fernandez Ochoa was found in the mountains outside of Madrid. A spokesperson from the Spanish police said that an off-duty officer from the Guardia Civil police force found Fernandez Ochoa’s body Wednesday at La Peñota, a mountain and popular hiking spot near Cercedilla, northwest of the Spanish capital, according to reporting by CNN. Fernandez Ochoa, 56, was the first Spanish woman to win a medal at the Winter Olympics, taking home a bronze in the slalom in Albertville, France. Fernandez Ochoa was last seen on Aug. 23 on the outskirts of the city. Her car, a Mercedes A-Class, was found on Sunday, and following an extensive search, her body was found three days later.