After winning on Saturday, Pacino repeated the feat, inflicting a double whammy on Kranjska Gora and regaining discipline. She scored a cumulative time of 2.18.6 / 100 to win the ranking over Michel Gissin of Switzerland (2: 18.72), as well as Slovenian Meta Hruvat (2: 18.79).
It’s like a dream that I can’t believePacino, after his new coronation, put his tears in his pocket.
Initially, Valerie Grenier clocked in 19th place (2: 22.05) the fastest time in her second career to join the top 15. Her compatriot Cassidy Gray (2: 24.25) finished her side at 26th.
My first descent was a little more difficult. I made some mistakes at the top of the slope, but then I started skiing better. After that, the second course was more open, allowing me to go further and climb the rankings.
Symmetry is always the key in alpine skiing, and I’m so encouraged by my recent shows, Grenier, 16th, the day before. It allows me to start in the top 30, which is a big plus for me. I will be doing some training and taking a rest to be well prepared for the upcoming competitions.
Alpine skiers will arrive the way in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, which will host the World Cup between January 20-24.
On the men’s side, Norwegian Sebastian Voss-Sullivag (1: 46.23) won his first crown in the Great White Circus. Registration began in Flachau, Austria, which held its second straight slalom race.
Austrian Marco Schwartz (1: 46.99) and French Alexis Pintorault (1: 47.18) joined the new World Cup champion on the podium, while Canadian Eric Reed (1: 50.05) joined. 26. Quebec Simon Fournier was unable to qualify for the second round.
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