Ted Ligety brings it home on Friday

13th February, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

BEAVER CREEK — It was nearly 50 degrees at the bottom of the race hill by the time the second run of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships men’s giant slalom race kicked off on Friday. The toll on the snow was evidenced by one racer after another losing their lead when they crossed the finish line. The overall description of the snow on the bottom of the course was “sticky.” Marcel Hirscher, winner of four of the five of the last giant slalom races on the World Cup, led the field after the first run. But then Ted Ligety …

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