This Saturday is a wonderful morning skiing for French women in Lancerhead (Switzerland). Romane Miradoli (27) won the first World Cup of his career at Super-G, competing at the most trendy resort in Graponton. Flynn’s skier, who has never done better than finishing 5th in the World Cup, rightly negotiated the cunning path that misled many competitors (especially Buchner, Dipler, Gordoni and Robinson).
The first French to accelerate at the World Cup since 2005
Miradoli, who suffered a serious left knee injury in December 2020, became the first French woman to win the World Cup in speed after Ingrid Jackmod, combining aggression and technical prowess with her Pip 8, despite some fears. ).
Haut-Savoyarde most beautifully confirms that he came to power in recent months, disappointed at the Beijing Olympics (11th in retirement, 11th in Super-G and downhill). In Roger Federer’s view, he beat Michael Schiffen by 38 cents and Laura Good-Behrami by 88 cents.
Excellent performance in the general classification of Schiffer
Schiffrin used his performance and Petra Wolhova’s normal 18th place to take a 67 – point lead over Slovak in the general standings, while both players were in balance before the start. An excellent surgery for an American who has digested the failed Olympic vision. Tessa Worley (6th 1”37) and Laura Kaushe (9th for 2 ’20), who joined the top 10, also laughed in the morning.
In addition, Federica Brignon, 9th, won the Super-G Globe because the Italian player was knocked out by her teammate Elena Gordoni on Saturday in the World Cup final (March 14 to 20 in Gorchevel-Meribel). .
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