Ski professionals Worley for second time world champion giant slalom
The French ski professionals Tessa Worley, last Thursday, for the second time in her career, the world title in the giant slalom captured.
The 27-year-old Worley was in the Swiss Sankt Moritz in the first run is clearly the strongest and they retained enough of its lead in the second descent.
The American Mikaela Shiffrin, two-time world champion in the slalom, made in the second run, nearly four-tenths of its backlog, but they had a rate of 0.34 second of Worley to settle for silver.
Sofia Goggia, second after the first run, won the bronze. The 24-year-old Italian was very pleased with her first medal at a world CHAMPIONSHIPS. They ended up two times as the fourth; four years ago on the Super G last Sunday on the descent. Her compatriot Federica Brignone came 0,18 second deficit for the podium.
Worley was four years ago at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in the Austrian Schladming also all the best on the giant slalom. They had won this world cup with the French team gold at the nations cup.
The 21-year-old Dutch Adriana Jelinkova finished 36th on to 7.48 second of Worley.
Giant slalom race for women at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in picture
The German Viktoria Rebensburg choose to the skies in the first run of the giant slalom at the ski world CHAMPIONSHIPS.
The Frenchwoman Tessa Worley took the gold in Sankt Moritz.
The podium of the giant slalom, in addition to Worley, the American Mikaela Shiffrin and the Italian Sofia Goggia.
The Italian Marta Bassino continued the tenth time in the first run.
The Frenchwoman Tessa Worley was clearly the fastest in the first run.
The giant slalom is the penultimate part in the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in Sankt Moritz.
The 21-year-old Dutch Adriana Jelinkova finished 41st in the first run at 4.65 second of Worley.
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