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Stuhec wins – Flury moves to rank 4

Ilka Stuhec is back on the winning driver. The Slovenian will win the world Cup downhill in Val Gardena, which you crack for the first time, remains for your cross-band from the last Winter successfully.

Stuhec, the world champion in 2017 and in that season also the winner of the crystal globe for the downhill world Cup, won by 14 hundredths ahead of the Italian Nicol Delago and a good half a second ahead of the Austrian Ramona Siebenhofer. So her eighth was the world Cup victory in fact, the fifth in a downhill.

second-best world Cup result

A strong race showed also from Grisons Jasmine Flury, the realised as the Fourth, her second-best result in the world Cup. A year ago, the Davoserin had won, surprisingly, the Super-G in St. Moritz. Her best result in downhill was 5th. Rank. For the Podium Flury lacked in Val Gardena, but is 0.36 seconds.

in addition to Flury, the Tessinerin Lara made it Well-Behrami as Eighth in the Top 10. Michelle Gisin, whose brother was on Saturday on the Saslong had a bad fall and had to cope with, therefore, a particularly difficult task, took 17th place, just behind Corinne Suter. (lif/sda)

Created: 18.12.2018, 12:20 PM

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