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Skiing: victory in Saalbach and downhill globe for the Austrian Huetter

Austrian Cornelia Huetter won the Saalbach (Austria) downhill on Saturday, the last of the World Cup season, winning the globe for the premier discipline of alpine skiing.

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Skiing: victory in Saalbach and downhill globe for the Austrian Huetter

Austrian Cornelia Huetter won the Saalbach (Austria) downhill on Saturday, the last of the World Cup season, winning the globe for the premier discipline of alpine skiing.

The 31-year-old Austrian beat the Slovakian Ilka Stuhec by 17/100th and the Italian Nicol Delago by 49/100th, which allowed her to win her first world globe.

In front of his audience on the very windy slopes of Saalbach, the scene of the World Cup finals since last week, Huetter dethroned the Swiss Lara Gut-Behrami at the top of the world downhill rankings.

The 32-year-old Ticino only finished in 17th place in the race, depriving her of a fourth winter globe after winning those in the general classification, super-G and giant slalom.

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