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Lara Gut-Behrami wins Crystal Globe in the Super-GRead more >
With her third victory of the season, Lara Gut-Behrami secured the Crystal Globe in the Super-G in a thrilling final in Soldeu on Thursday. This is the fourth time the Swiss athlete takes overall victory in this discipline. Vincent Kriechmayr won his fourth Downhill of the season in Wednesday's final. For Johan Clarey, this was his final race, summing up an impressive 20-year career in the World Cup. Lara Gut-Behrami finished third in the Downhill on Wednesday, Ragnhild Mowinckel was also third in the Super-G on Thursday.
Alexis Pinturault podiums again in the Giant SlalomRead more >
Alexis Pinturault is all set for the World Cup Finals with two podium finishes in the Giant Slalom. The French athlete raced to second place in Kranjska Gora on Saturday and third place on Sunday. The HEAD Worldcup Rebels celebrated three podium finishes at the women's events in Aare: Sara Hector came third in the Giant Slalom on Friday, Wendy Holdener was second in the Slalom on Saturday and Anna Swenn-Larsson finished third.
Eight out of nine podiums for the HEAD Worldcup Rebels in KvitfjellRead more >
The HEAD women's team swept away almost everything in Kvitfjell this weekend: In the Super-G on Friday, HEAD celebrated a triple victory with Cornelia Hütter, Elena Curtoni and Lara Gut-Behrami. Kajsa Vickhoff Lie's first World Cup victory followed on Saturday in the Downhill, where she also made Norwegian skiing history. Corinne Suter finished in third place. And on Sunday, HEAD again took all three podium places in the second Super-G with Nina Ortlieb, Stephanie Venier and Franziska Gritsch. In the men's Downhill on Saturday in Aspen, James Crawford raced to the podium in second place.
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