A conciliatory end for Austria’s speed women at the World Cup weekend in Crans Montana. Tamara Tippler is second in the Super-G.
The Styrian only has to admit defeat to the winner Lara Gut-Behrami, who is clearly successful with 0.93 seconds ahead. For Tippler it is the second podium in a row in the Super-G.
Federica Brignone (+1.02) completes the podium in front of her Italian compatriot Francesca Marsaglia. Sofia Goggia is on her way to second place after the double in the descent, but after problems with the target jump she passes the gate.
The second best ÖSV lady is Christine Scheyer, who surprisingly ranks fifth with start number 33 (+1.12). The Vorarlberg woman only missed the podium by a tenth. Ricarda Haaser is seventh.
Michaela Heider, Lisa Grill and Mirjam Puchner finish in places 16 to 19.
Result of the Super-G in Crans Montana >>>
Another fall of Venier
Stephanie Venier, who cut her chin when she fell on the downhill on Friday, fell again. After a good interim, the Tyrolean overwinds in a wave in the middle section. Venier can cross the finish line himself.
Ramona Siebenhofer did not start on Sunday despite the ideal conditions. With Nicole Schmidhofer and Nina Ortlieb, the ÖSV women have already lost two winning runners to injuries this winter.
Petra Vlhova is one of the numerous riders who have left in Crans. The Slovakian continues to lead the overall World Cup ranking ahead of Swiss Michelle Gisin, although she did not make it onto the podium in her last eight races.
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