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Skis: Crates, podium blue jet. Shiffrin triumph n.85


Skis: Crates, podium blue jet. Shiffrin triumph n.85 (ANSA)

If Mikaela Shiffrin continues to dominate in the women's world cup, and in the special in the Czech Republic she conquers the 85th victory in her career just one step away from the legend Ingmar Stenmark, for Italy it is now clear that, a few days before the World Cup in France, Mattia Casse is the leading man in the fast disciplines.

With a Dominik Paris in crisis by now all too evident, the Piedmontese finished third in the super-G of Cortina d'Ampezzo, his third podium of the season after those in the downhills of Val Gardena and Wengen.

The Swiss Marco Odermatt (1.27.57) won on the spectacular Olympia delle Tofane, confirming his leadership in the general classification and in this discipline.

According to his Norwegian rival Aleksander Kilde (1.25.92), by very few cents ahead of a very happy Casse

."I'm really very happy - said the son of Alessandro Casse, the late blue champion of the flying kilometer, who at 32 is experiencing the best season of his career - because it's special to get on the podium in Italy. And I'm glad I did in super-G, with a difficult and complicated track with many bumps, and no longer just downhill. So keep going".

In this super-G - with Christof Innerhofer finished in the nets after hitting a goal - in the standings there is also the good tenth place of Matteo Marsaglia and then the dark.

Matteo Franzoso finished 27th, out of the first 30 Guglielmo Bosca Florian Schieder did not finish the race.

But the most painful point was the match in Paris: he started with a furious attack and then gradually got lost, error after error, finishing with a long delay.

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On the other hand, the American Shiffrin does not make any mistakes, who continued her triumphal march unstoppable on the snow of Spindleruv Mlyn.

Her success is the eleventh of the season and the 52nd in special, but above all the victory n.

85 with Stenmark's all-time record of 86 is now within ski reach of him.

Maybe tomorrow, in the second special scheduled in this location, Shiffrin will join him and then the world of skiing will be at his feet more than ever.

The champion from Vail won with a time of 1.33.85, ahead of the German Lena Duerr (1.34.15) and the Swiss Wendy Holdener (1.35.16).

For Italy, of the four at the start, there was only one blue in the standings and with an acceptable result considering the critical situation of the team for years.

Anita Gulli,

25/a after the first run with bib number 46, he finished 14/a.

The Italians will be able to try to do better tomorrow, with another special, but all eyes, and cheering, will be on Shiffrin.

Source: ansa

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