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Injury-hit Norway fields reduced downhill teams

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Injury-hit Norway fields reduced downhill teams
February 12, 2021
Normally it takes a long time for up-and-coming Norwegian skiers to make it onto the national speed team for big events.
Henrik Røa has done it after just six World Cup starts.
He joined the injury-hit Norway team for the world championships only eight weeks after his first top-level race.
The 25-year-old Røa from Oslo is one of just two Norwegian starters in super-G and downhill, alongside Kjetil Jansrud, who won the downhill world title two years ago.
“So far it’s a nice experience. Definitely looking forward to the downhill,” Røa said after training on Friday, a day after he placed 17th in the super-G.

Gut-Behrami dominates another super-G for 4th straight win

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Gut-Behrami dominates another super-G for 4th straight win
February 1, 2021 GMT
GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (AP) — Lara Gut-Behrami outclassed the field once again in a World Cup super-G on Monday, winning the last race before the world championships.
In a repeat of Saturday’s race on the same course, the Swiss skier had a clean run on the challenging Kandahar course and extended her lead at each split time before clinching her fourth straight victory in the discipline.
Her winning streak comes on the back of an extended drought when she failed to win a World Cup super-G for three years.
“Sometimes it takes so long to get the pieces together and it’s not fun. It’s hard work and you’re always fighting against everything,” Gut-Behrami said.

Swiss skier Gut-Behrami speeds to third straight super-G win

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Swiss skier Gut-Behrami speeds to third straight super-G win
January 30, 2021 GMT
GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (AP) — Lara Gut-Behrami won her third straight World Cup super-G on Saturday, 10 days before the world championship race in the discipline.
The Swiss skier confirmed her dominance with another clear victory, a week after she won her home race in Crans Montana by 0.93 seconds.
On Saturday, Kajsa Vickhoff Lie trailed by 0.68 in second for the Norwegian’s first career podium result, and Marie-Michele Gagnon came 0.93 behind in third.
The Canadian, wearing bib No. 29, bumped Sofia Goggia off the podium. The Italian, who is on a four-race winning streak in downhill, finished fourth, ahead of Austria’s Christine Scheyer and Olympic super-G champion Ester Ledecka.

Canadian Marie-Michele Gagnon finishes third in World Cup super-G

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On Saturday, Kajsa Vickhoff Lie trailed by 0.68 in second for the Norwegian's first career podium result, Gagnon came 0.93 behind in third.
The 31-year-old Gagnon, from Lac-Etchemin, Que., bumped Sofia Goggia off the podium. The Italian, who is on a four-race winning streak in downhill, finished fourth, ahead of Austria’s Christine Scheyer and Olympic super-G champion Ester Ledecka.
It was Gagnon's fifth career World Cup medal and first since a win in a super combined event at Soldeu, Andorra in February 2016.
Overall leader Petra Vlhova finished 10th, and the Slovakian skier saw her advantage over Gut-Behrami in the season standings reduced to 62 points.

Swiss skier Lara Gut-Behrami wins World Cup super-G, Canada's Gagnon third


Gagnon was .93 back of Gut-Behrami for her first medal in a speed discipline.
Gagnon won a pair of alpine combined events and twice finished third in slalom during her career, but the 31-year-old from Lac-Etchemin, Que., shifted to racing downhill and super-G in 2017.
Starting 29th, the Canadian knocked Italy's Soffia Goggia, holding down third spot, off the podium
"I was very surprised, but I had a good feeling all day," Gagnon said. "The snow conditions allowed for a good result from the back and I could attack the whole course."
Gagnon's last World Cup podium was a super-combined victory in Soldeu, Andorra in February 2016.

Canada's Marie-Michele Gagnon third in World Cup super-G; Lara Gut-Behrami captures gold

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Canada's Gagnon 3rd in World Cup super-G
Canada's Marie-Michele Gagnon stood on alpine skiing's World Cup podium for the first time in nearly five years with a bronze medal, while Switzerland's Lara Gut-Behrami won her third straight super-G Saturday.
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GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany — Canada's Marie-Michele Gagnon stood on alpine skiing's World Cup podium for the first time in nearly five years with a bronze medal, while Switzerland's Lara Gut-Behrami won her third straight super-G Saturday.
A week after winning her home race in Crans-Montana, Gut-Behrami edged runner-up Kajsa Vickhoff Lie of Norway by just under seven-tenths of a second.

Swiss skier Lara Gut-Behrami wins World Cup super-G, Canada's Gagnon third | iNFOnews


January 30, 2021 - 7:12 AM
GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany - Canada's Marie-Michele Gagnon stood on alpine skiing's World Cup podium for the first time in nearly five years with a bronze medal, while Switzerland's Lara Gut-Behrami won her third straight super-G Saturday.
A week after winning her home race in Crans-Montana, Gut-Behrami edged runner-up Kajsa Vickhoff Lie of Norway by just under seven-tenths of a second.
Gagnon was .93 back of Gut-Behrami for her first medal in a speed discipline.
Gagnon won a pair of alpine combined events and twice finished third in slalom during her career, but the 31-year-old from Lac-Etchemin, Que., shifted to racing downhill and super-G in 2017.

Canadian Marie-Michele Gagnon finishes third in World Cup super-G | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source


Canadian Marie-Michele Gagnon finishes third in World Cup super-G
Italy's Sofia Goggia speeds down the course during an alpine ski, women's World Cup super-G race in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, Saturday, Jan. 30, 2021. (AP Photo/Marco Trovati)
January 30, 2021 - 6:33 AM
GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany - Canadian Marie-Michele Gagnon captured bronze to win her first medal in nearly five years, while Switzerland's Lara Gut-Behrami won her third straight World Cup super-G on Saturday, 10 days before the world championship race in the discipline.
Gut-Behrami confirmed her dominance with another clear victory, a week after she won her home race in Crans Montana by 0.93 seconds.
On Saturday, Kajsa Vickhoff Lie trailed by 0.68 in second for the Norwegian's first career podium result, Gagnon came 0.93 behind in third.

Olympic champion Goggia wins downhill in French Alps

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Olympic champion Goggia gets 1st downhill win in 22 months
December 19, 2020 GMT
VAL D’ISERE, France (AP) — Sofia Goggia had a gutsy run to win a women’s World Cup downhill on Saturday for her first victory in the discipline in almost two years.
A day after finishing runner-up to Corinne Suter in a race on the same hill, the Olympic champion from Italy turned the tables and beat the Swiss World Cup downhill champion by 0.24 seconds.
Coming into this weekend, Goggia had not been on a downhill podium since winning in St. Moritz, Switzerland, in February 2019.
Still, the Italian called her run “not so perfect.”

Olympic champion Goggia gets 1st downhill win in 22 months | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source


Olympic champion Goggia gets 1st downhill win in 22 months
Switzerland's Jasmina Suter speeds down the course during an alpine ski, women's World Cup downhill, in Val d'Isere, France, Saturday, Dec.19, 2020. (AP Photo/Gabriele Facciotti)
December 19, 2020 - 6:39 AM
VAL D'ISERE, France - Sofia Goggia had a gutsy run to win a women’s World Cup downhill on Saturday for her first victory in the discipline in almost two years.
A day after finishing runner-up to Corinne Suter in a race on the same hill, the Olympic champion from Italy turned the tables and beat the Swiss World Cup downhill champion by 0.24 seconds.

Olympic downhill champion Goggia pips Suter in Val-d'Isère

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Olympic downhill champion Goggia pips Suter in Val-d'Isère
Saturday, 19 December 2020
Olympic champion Sofia Goggia won the second downhill race at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup event in Val-d'Isère, as the same three skiers as yesterday reached the podium.
Italy's Goggia went one better than a day ago, winning the race in 1min 44.70sec.
Corinne Suter had to settle for second place, 0.24sec off the pace of Goggia, while American Breezy Johnson was an additional 0.03 behind in third.
Before this week, Johnson had never been on an FIS Alpine Ski World Cup podium, but the 24-year-old has now recorded top-three finishes on back-to-back days.

Olympic champion Goggia wins downhill in French Alps | Taiwan News

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2020/12/19 19:38
Italy's Sofia Goggia gets to the finish area after completing an alpine ski, women's World Cup downhill, in Val d'Isere, France, Saturday, Dec.19, 202...
Italy's Sofia Goggia gets to the finish area after completing an alpine ski, women's World Cup downhill, in Val d'Isere, France, Saturday, Dec.19, 2020. (AP Photo/Giovanni Auletta)
Switzerland's Corinne Suter gets to the finish area after completing an alpine ski, women's World Cup downhill, in Val d'Isere, France, Saturday, Dec....
Switzerland's Corinne Suter gets to the finish area after completing an alpine ski, women's World Cup downhill, in Val d'Isere, France, Saturday, Dec.19, 2020. (AP Photo/Giovanni Auletta)

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