Weather, wind impact super-G course on Tuesday

3rd February, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

BEAVER CREEK — If you asked a racer what the conditions were like on Tuesday’s women’s super-G course, the answer would depend on whom you asked. The day’s race was unquestionably altered by weather, with variable conditions such as visibility and gusts of wind costing precious fractions of seconds — a margin often big enough to cost racers a number of spots. Whether you come out on top or whether the conditions get the best of you, sometimes is a matter of luck — if the hundredths are on your side, as several racers said.A windy startTuesday’s super-G race was …

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