There is no crying in ski racing: Tuesday’s super-G

3rd February, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

It really did seem that Slovenia’s Tina Maze sucked out all the air from Beaver Creek, knocking American Lindsey Vonn out of first place at Tuesday’s women’s super-G at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Beaver Creek. The crowd, if possible, got even more silent after Austria’s Anna Fenninger blazed into the finish area with what would be the winning time.Fenninger, Maze and Vonn is the first podium of the Championships, and, a great one.That’s the defending Olympic super-G champion, the defending World Championship winner in super-G and the most-prolific female super-G racer ever — all separated by 0.15-hundredth …

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