Goggia and Schwarz prevail in the descent of Crans Montana and in the giant of Palisades Tahoe

The Italian Sofia Goggia and the Austrian Marco Schwarz stood out this weekend in the return of the Alpine Ski World Cup following the World Cups held in Courchevel-Méribel.

Goggia prevailed in the descent of the Swiss station of Crans Montana, leading his compatriot Federico Brignone for 15 hundredths of a second and French Laura Left for 41 hundredths of a second.

The test was called off on Saturday due to fog and Goggia took the opportunity to gain more advantage at the head of the classification of the specialty with 580 points and rise to sixth overall in the World Cup, which dominates the American with a margin of 722 points Mikaela Shiffrin.

the slovenian Stuhec’s teethFor her part, she might only be ninth in the test and see how the Italian escapes her by 179 points.

Solo 3 decimas separately a Schwarz y Odermatt

A run that you will certainly never forget ☺️ Congratulations for your first Giant Slalom victory Marco Schwarz #fisalpine

Posted by FIS Alpine World Cup Tour on Saturday, February 25, 2023

In the giant disputed in the American resort of Palisades Tahoe, the Austrian Marco Schwarz beat the Swiss by three hundredths of a second Marco Odermattleader of the Alpine Ski World Cup overall.

Odermatt he had been the best in the first race, but failed midway in the second to lose the opportunity to add his twentieth victory on the circuit and the ninth this season.

Schwarzwho had been fifth in the first round, took the opportunity to win, his fifth in the World Cup and the first in a giant on the highest circuit.

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the norwegian Rasmus Windisgstad He completed the podium, 36 hundredths behind Schwarz.

Odermatt He remains solidly installed in the overall leadership of the World Cup, as well as in the giant and super-giant ones. In the first lead by 386 points to the Norwegian Aleksander Aaamodt Source, twenty-fourth this Saturday; in the second sum 100 more than another Norwegian, Henrik Kristofferson, fourth in the giant of Palisades Tahoe; and in the third he has a 148 mattress compared to Kilde.

The Swiss skier has just won the giant and downhill world titles and aspires to beat the record of 2,000 points set by the Austrian Herman Maier in 2000, accumulating 1,466 and has eight races left to do so.

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