The first winner: Fenninger tops in super-G

3rd February, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

BEAVER CREEK — The margin that separated the gold, silver and bronze medalists in Tuesday’s FIS alpine World Ski Championships women’s super-G was barely measurable by physical distance. It was a mere fraction of a blink of the eye, an imperceptible flash. But as Lindsey Vonn herself said after the race, “that’s ski racing for you.” Austrian Anna Fenninger, the 2014 Olympic super-G champion, was the woman who ended up with another gold medal on Tuesday, finishing a mere 0.03 seconds ahead of silver medalist and World Cup overall leader Tina Maze and 0.15 seconds ahead of Vonn, who took …

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