October 4, 2022

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Kokia Queen of Canada Gold three times in three days – Sports


Hat trick to make history. Sofia Gogia never stops surprising: yesterday Pergamon champion Louis won the third race in three days on Lake Canada in the snow, but it was worth it as he came to the Super-Z after a double downhill. Swiss Laura Good-Behrami beat Super-G by 11 cents and Mirzam Buschner of Austria by 44 runs to win the Super-G with 1’18 “28. Fifth date …

Hat trick to make history. Sofia Gogia never stops surprising: yesterday Pergamon champion Louis won the third race in three days on Lake Canada in the snow, but it was worth it as he came to the Super-Z after a double downhill.

Swiss Laura Good-Behrami beat Super-G by 11 cents and Mirzam Buschner of Austria by 44 runs to win the Super-G with 1’18 “28. In fifth place was Federica Brignon, the seventh-ranked Elena Gordoni, ahead of American Schiff.

“It’s a crazy triptych, I never expected three wins in three days. This bet – eventually said by Kokia – was even more beautiful.

The big final delight is understandable: “I controlled the skiing game a lot in the first part, and in the second I relaxed. When I saw Laura Good in front and my light was green, I thought I had won. Wear two red pipes (reserved for those at the top of the special rankings, ed). , There will be a lot to celebrate, but we need to be on track without losing focus. There will already be two Super Giants next weekend and new challenges await us, so do not underestimate our security. “

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The 29-year-old La Goggia achieved his fourteenth World Cup victory with this victory. He also holds a legend in blue skiing like Piero Gros with 35 overall podiums (leading 69 in Tomba 88, 44 over Compagnoni and Federica Brignone in Isolde Kostner 51, Paris 39, Paris 39, Gros and Goggia 35).

General classification: 1) Schiffrin 405, 2) Valhova 340, 3) Sofia Gogia 315, 4) Slogger 210, 5) Doer 201, 6) Good-Behrami 198.

The men’s downhill race scheduled to take place yesterday at Beaver Creek in the United States was canceled after a series of postponements due to high winds.

Today the White Circus returns to Europe. The men’s trophy will be transferred to Val d’Isere, France, where the grand slalom will take place on Saturday and the special slalom on Sunday. Speed ​​races will return with the Supergiant at Saslong Slope in Val Guardina on Friday 17th, followed by a landing at South Tyrolean on Saturday 18th.