The HEAD women's team aced the Crans Montana speed disciplines. Following the double victory by Lara Gut-Behrami and Corinne Suter in the Downhill on Friday, Gut-Behrami, Suter and Nina Ortlieb bagged a triple victory in the Downhill on Saturday. Corinne Suter has secured the Crystal Globe in this discipline with her two second places.
For the Swiss athlete this is the first Crystal Globe in her career. Leading up to the final Downhill
Beat Feuz is on the verge of successfully defending his Downhill World Cup title. Following his second place in Saalbach-Hinterglemm, the HEAD World Cup Rebel is only six points short of victory. Wendy Holdener nailed another two podium finishes in Kranjska Gora in Slalom and Giant Slalom.
Beat Feuz was second in the Downhill on Thursday in Saalbach-Hinterglemm, missing victory by
Back in January Corinne Suter celebrated her first World Cup Downhill victory. This Sunday in Garmisch-Partenkirchen the Swiss athlete bagged her first victory in the Super-G. Her compatriot Wendy Holdener was in third place. Suter continues to lead in the Downhill World Cup. German athlete Alexander Schmid stepped up to the podium for the first time at the Parallel Giant Slalom in Chamonix.
These skis were tested for the first time on Thursday. The first time they were raced - in the Giant Slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen on Sunday - saw Alexis Pinturault take victory. His HEAD World Cup Rebels team-mate and fellow countryman Johan Clarey finished third in the Downhill on Saturday.
"That was a lot of fun for us today. The last time we had to contend with these conditions