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hckosice

Alpine Skiing FIS World Cup 2017 - 2018

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heywoodu    2,237

Very nice run from Delago

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dcro    1,986
Just now, heywoodu said:

Very nice run from Delago

 

Yeah, we can assume that she read phelps' comment here. :p

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phelps    297
1 hour ago, dcro said:

 

Yeah, we can assume that she read phelps' comment here. :p

 

I'm pretty sure that someone did let her know something about it...:rofl:

 

however, hopefully this is the first of many good results for her (but still, just based on her previous results, imho she doesn't deserve the Olympic spot in a team like Italy)...

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hckosice    1,313

Stage 30 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER)

February 4th, 2018

 

Downhill Womens (7/8)

1. Lindsey Vonn :USA 1:37.92, 2. Sofia Goggia :ITA 1:38:03 and 3. Tina Weirather :LIE 1:38.04

 

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Full Results HERE

 

Video Highlights

Spoiler

Lindsey Vonn

 

 

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Gigs    39
Am 24.1.2018 um 21:33 schrieb Maxim Fastovsky:

Guys, Question, are the courses, existing courses in the resort, or are they setting a special course? i never ski'd before, even though i always wanted to try (hopefully will one day) but if let's say i come to St. Moritz, or Cortina, can i ski on the downhill course, or it doesnt really exist outside the world cup competition days

I only signed in on this forum yesterday but read the last few pages of this thread and saw this post. Generally you can ski on almost any slope used for world cup events. I myself have already skied the WC slopes in Hinterstoder and Schladming. There are a few examples like Kitzbühel though, where some sections of the WC slope are so extreme that they are no official slopes of the ski resort. That said, if you want to you can try your luck on these slopes too. 

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heywoodu    2,237

One minute super-G :facepalm:

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hckosice    1,313

Stage 31 in Crans Montana (SUI)

March 3rd, 2018

 

Super-G Womens (7/8)

1. Tina Weirather :LIE 1:02.17, 2. Anna Veith :AUT 1:02:53 and 3. Wendy Holdener :SUI 1:02.55

 

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Full Results HERE

 

Video Highlights

Spoiler

Tina Weirather at 9:38

Anna Veith at 3:35

Wendy Holdener at 48:55

 

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hckosice    1,313

Stage 32 in Kranjska Gora (SLO)

March 3rd, 2018

 

Giant Slalom Mens (7/8)

1. Marcel Hirscher :AUT  2:20.76, 2. Henrik Kristoffersen :NOR 2:22.42 and 3. Alexis Pinturault :FRA 2:23.27

 

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Full Results HERE

 

Video Highlights

Spoiler

 

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dcro    1,986

Since when is Holdener getting super-g podiums? :p

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heywoodu    2,237
9 minutes ago, dcro said:

Since when is Holdener getting super-g podiums? :p

Since 2010 :p

 

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Gianlu33    672

What boring weekend...

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