Cortina d’Ampezzo – The women’s speed weekend in Cortina d’Ampezzo ends with a super-G. It will be another spectacular race on the “Olimpia delle Tofane”. Everyone involved, organizers, athletes and fans of the Ladin Dolomites are more than convinced of this. The starting signal sounds at 11:30 a.m. (CET). The official FIS start list for the Women’s Super-G in Cortina d’Ampezzo on Sunday at 11.30am, together with the start numbers and live FIS ticker can be found here in the data menu.
TO UPDATE: Sofia Goggia will not take part in today’s World Cup Super-G in Cortina. The Italian is suffering from slight pain in her right knee (not the one injured last season) and, in consultation with the FISI medical commission, has decided, as a precautionary measure, not to participate in the World Championships in France , which will begin on Monday 6 February Walk.
Facts and Figures (Sunday, January 22, 2023)
4. Women’s Super-G in Cortina d’Ampezzo
FIS start list – 2nd Women’s Super-G
FIS live ticker – 2nd super-G for women
FIS final score – 2nd Women’s Super-G
General classification of the Women’s World Cup 2022/23
Women’s Super-G World Cup 2022/23
Nations Cup: women’s ranking
Nations Cup: general classification
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In the classification of the discipline Federica Brignone nose in front. It’s safe to assume that owning the leader’s red jersey will give the Aosta Valley skier a boost and a really good result in her home race. But also the Swiss Lara Gut-Behrami, twelve points behind the azure competitor, wants more than success. The fairly satisfying results on the descents can be an additional motivational boost.
From an Italian point of view, of course, he also wants Elena Curtoni get a better result. She has proven herself capable of it many times, including this season. The Viking Ragnhild Mowinkel wants to captivate everyone with her smile. It’s no secret that it’s even better with a place on the podium, and anyone who knows the Norwegian knows that she is doing everything she can to achieve this goal. The Swiss woman Corinne Suter will not drive; she fell during the first descent on the “Olimpia delle Tofane” and wants to be careful. Although she was not injured, she is focused on the tasks ahead.
ÖSV’s greatest hopes rest on the greatest, using discipline scoring as parameter Miriam Puchner. The ski racer from Salzburger Land can be in the top three and provide a sense of achievement for the speed group in her home country. The French Romane Miradoli, who celebrated his first World Cup victory last year, is only too eager to get back on the top step of the podium. We do not know if it succeeds and if the strong competition slows down for it. Either way, it’s more than good for the Ski World Cup circuit when there are different winning faces and variety is offered.
Puchner’s teammate Ramona Siebenhofer has been beaten below value at times during the current season. We wish him a more than good conclusion to the Cortina weekend. This also applies to Cornelia hutter. Swiss ski athletes Michelle Gisin and Joana Haehlen want to get a good result, and if the azure skier does Martha Bassino succeed, it can be assumed that it will be noisy in the finish area of the 1956 Olympic site. Countless tifosi and many green-white-red flags will be waved. The American Mikaela Shiffrinwho is doing very well in both runs, wants to score a lot of points on his third speed run in 72 hours and stretch both hands towards the fifth big crystal ball.
Tessa Worley of the Tricolor team is not to be underestimated in Super-G, even if it celebrates its great triumphs in giant slalom. Styrian happy nature in person Nicole Schmidthofer wants to present itself better and better towards the seasonal peak. A look at 2017 shows she has what it takes in the second-fastest discipline. In St. Moritz, Switzerland, ski chip ÖSV became world champion. You can also get a good result from the Telljüngerin Flury Jasmine and the German Kira Weidle – the latter finished on the podium in the first descent – expect.
Tamara Tippler the Austrian, a very good second in the Cortina d’Ampezzo Super-G last year, would be more than happy if she could equal or even surpass this very good result. In general, such a result would greatly boost the self-confidence of red-white-red skiers. Marie Michele Gagnon The Canadian, who currently occupies 20th place in the classification of the discipline, has set herself the objective of aiming for a good result and to go up a little in the said classification.
Last winter, the last women’s Super-G in Cortina d’Ampezzo was on the programme; Elena Curtoni triumphed in front of Tamara Tippler and Michelle Gisin.
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