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Ski: Mayer wins the descent at Lake Louise, Paris is eighth

2021-11-27T21:11:15.568Z

The other blue Innerhofer closed much further back (ANSA) Austrian triumph in the downhill of the Alpine Ski World Cup in Lake Louise (Canada): Matthias Mayer won, in 1'47 "74, - 31 years, 11 / o success and two Olympic golds - ahead of compatriot Vincente Kriechmayr (1 '47 "97). Third Swiss Beat Feuz, in 1'48 "09.     A little behind the blues, with Dominik Paris who probably suffered from the flat visibility that the overcast sky brought to the Lake Lo



Austrian triumph in the downhill of the Alpine Ski World Cup in Lake Louise (Canada): Matthias Mayer won, in 1'47 "74, - 31 years, 11 / o success and two Olympic golds - ahead of compatriot Vincente Kriechmayr (1 '47 "97). Third Swiss Beat Feuz, in 1'48 "09.


    A little behind the blues, with Dominik Paris who probably suffered from the flat visibility that the overcast sky brought to the Lake Louise track: the blue is 8 / o in 1'48 "70.


    Christof Innerhofer finished much further back in 1'49 "82. Then, there are the fresh father Francesco Marsaglia in 1'50" 14 and Mattia Casse in 1'50 "58, while Emanuele Buzzi crashed without damage.


    Tomorrow in Lake Louise it's up to the Super-G, while in Killington (USA) the girls will be engaged in the special slalom, with the local champion Mikaela Shiffrin chasing the 71 / o success, the fifth in the series on the Vermont track.

Source: ansa

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