Sofia Goggia triumphs in the world cup super-G in San Moritz, the first fast race of the season. With a time of 1′.16.63, with a race that continued to progress, the Italian took victory number 23 in her career, once again equaling Federica Brignone, fifth today, as the absolute record of successes among the Italians.
Federica Brignone triumphs in the Tremblant giant slalom and regains victory in the World Cup after a year
The triumph of Sofia Goggia
On the podium, but further away, were the Austrian Cornelia Huetter and the Swiss Lara Gut-Behrami. Fourth place for Mikaela Shiffrin, seventh Marta Bassino. Bad fall for Elena Curtoni after a high-speed gleaning but without serious consequences.
The last super-G won by the champion from Bergamo dates back to December ’21 in Val d’Isère, then injuries and full recovery arrived at the beginning of this season with the excellent performances shown in giant slalom. A desired and deserved victory.
Federica Brignone’s race was also excellent, as for a long stretch she seemed to be able to stay behind her teammate, only to then leave too much time in the final part of the track. The Valle d’Aosta carabinieri finished in fifth place, behind Cornelia Huetter, 95 cents from Goggia, Lara Gut-Behrami, third at 1″02, Mikaela Shiffrin fourth at 1″08. 1″21 is Brignone’s disadvantage. In seventh place, and in continuous progress, is Marta Bassino, who is 1 ″ 77 behind the leader, but demonstrates that she is continuing her overall growth. Bad flight for Elena Curtoni, who was in the running for an excellent placing. The Lombard Army soldier was thrown off a hump and took off, falling onto the snow with the lower part of her back. There was some pain for her, but the Italian skied to the finish line on her skis. Good race for Laura Pirovano who grabbed 16th position, 2″79 behind Goggia.
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