Cuche and Miller dominate in Wengen

January 14th, 2008

Spectators and participants witnessed an exceptional display of velocity from Team Heads’ world class masters of speed Bode Miller and Didier Cuche. Mad dog Miller was again unleashed on the runs at Wengen in the Downhill, performing at speeds of over 90 miles per hour, which resulted in his improvement in the overall world cup standings on second place.

Inaccurate predictions from the experts
Heads Didier Cuche was given the title of favourite prior to the event, but with the exceptional ability and experience Bode Miller has obtained over his outstanding career, he was able to edge out Cuche with a time of 2:30.40. This top time was only 65 hundredths of a second faster than Cuche, which resulted in Millers victory.

Four Head Athletes in the Top 10
Along with the performances from Miller and Cuche, Andreas Buder performed well to taking the 5th place position and his fellow Austrian teammate Hermann Meier managed a 9th Place finish respectably. The next races will be held at Kitzbühel in Austria, where the Head athletes are certainly the favourites.