After Tuesday’s, the second Giant of Plan de Corones also goes to the usual, irrepressible, Mikaela Shiffrin for the Norwegian Ragnhild Movinckelloosened by 7 tenths, and to the Swedish Sara Hectorreigning Olympic champion. Shiffrin’s 84th success means the overall win record, which belongs to Ingemar Stenmark, is just two lengths away. Her victory was never in question: after already half a second ahead in the first moto, she managed to increase in the second fraction.
The Italians make mistakes in the final and Marta basin – third after the first downhill – she doesn’t even finish splitting four doors from the finish line, while she still had the first intermediate, while Federica Brignone she loses six tenths at the bottom right to finish eighth, 2″03, behind American Moltzan. Nineteenth position at 3″09 ahead of Asja Zener. Also notable is the 17th place of the Italian-Albanian Lara Culturi.
The Women’s World Cup is now moving to the Czech Republic, to Spindleruv Mlyn: Two special slaloms on Saturday and Sunday, the last races before the Méribel World Championships and other great opportunities for new records from Mikaela Shiffrin.
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