February 8, 2023

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Unforgettable Double Down! – OA game

Simply unstoppable. Sophia Gogia concedes an encore and wins again in Lake Louise’s Descent. Canada’s Queen, the woman from Bergamo has claimed her fifth straight win on Canadian ice and tomorrow she will hunt for a second consecutive incredible hat trick. For the thirty-year-old woman from Bergamo, this is the fourteenth confirmation of her downward career, while there are nineteen in total.

A performance in the crescendo of Gogia, He knows how to carry a lot of speed with him for the final journeyThere he made a more remarkable difference than any of his opponents. Nina Ortlieb of Austria was second. Separated by 34 cents, it returns to the podium two years after the last (win in La Thuile super-G). Compared to yesterday’s race, Corinne Sutter instead dropped one position. He accused Gogia of delaying 37 cents, almost all of which was earned in the finals.

The podium faded with the Swiss duo, Jonah Hehlen in fourth place, separated by 59 cents from Blue. Slovenian Ilka Stuhec and Austrian Mirjam Buchner are tied for fifth, both 96 cents behind Gogia. An excellent seventh place for newcomer Nicole Delago (+1.05), ahead of Swiss Michael Kissin (+1.16), Norwegian Rocknhild Mowinkel (+1.17) and French Roman Miradoli (+1.26).

Twelfth Elena Cardoni is almost one and a half seconds behind her teammate (+1.46). Follow all other blues: Twenty-second Marta Pacino (+2.12), twenty-third Nadia Delago (+2.15), twenty-eighth Federica Brignone (+2.43), thirty-first Laura Provano (+2.54) and forty-first Caroline Bichler (+4.03).

In the downhill standings, it’s already broken up for Sophia Gogia, who apparently has 200 points against Corinne Sutter’s 140 and Nina Ortlieb’s 120. In general, the Bergamo rider could climb to fourth and take the lead tomorrowShiffrin is at 265 points.

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