Sport Cortina d'Ampezzo: disturbing fall for Sofia Goggia
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Italy between happiness and anxiety in Cortina d'Ampezzo. After the descent of Bansko in January 2020, Elena Curtoni was able to show the fastest during the super-g organized in the Dolomites station to pick up his second victory in the World Cup. After a careful early path, the Native of Morbegno has traced better trajectories to establish the reference with his bib in front of Tamara Tippler. Michelle Gisin, part with the bib 16, has given everything to get closer to the Italian but fails in third place with a delay of 24 hundredths of a second. Federica Brignone, for its part, conceded 32 hundredths of a second to its compatriot and finished at the foot of the podium of this super-g. The Top 5 is complemented by Corinne Suter, which has a hundredth of a second tessa World. A few weeks from the Beijing Olympics, the Grand-Bornand skier confirms its form on the discipline.
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???? Terrible fall for Sofia Goggia in Cortina d'Ampezzo! Italian has come up and have finished on the skis, but hard to imagine that the knee is unscathed ...
- Eurosport France (@Eurosport_en) ??? ? Terrible fall for Sofia Goggia in Cortina d'Ampezzo! The Italian has come up and has finished on the skis, but hard to imagine that the knee is unscathed ...
- Eurosport France (@Eurosport_en)
? REF_SRC = TWSRC% 5ETFW "> January 23, 2022Goggia Victim of a violent fall
But this super-G will remain marked by the fall of Sofia Goggia. Not comfortable on the first two sectors of the track, the one that has won the bulk of the speed events since the beginning of the season has lost balance and made a big gap before going to the ground. If, after a recovery moment, Sofia Goggia could slowly to rally the arrival, the doubts are permitted as to its state of health. Indeed, the Italian has entrusted to suffer from the left knee and will have to pass in the coming hours of complementary examinations in order to know more about the nature of a possible injury. After having had to give up the world of Cortina d'Ampezzo last winter, Sofia Goggia could see his game X Winter Olympics End End before you started. Tricolor side, Romanesque Miradiolé finishes 13th when Tiffany Gauthier ranks 19th.
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Alpine Ski - World Cup (F) / Super-G Cortina d'Ampezzo
Classification after 30 bibs - Sunday 23 January 2022
1- Elena Curtoni (ITA) in 1'20''98
2- Tamara Tippler (AUT) at 0'09
3- Michelle Gisin (SUI) at 0'24
4- FEDERICA BRIGNONE (ITA) at 0'C32
5- Corinne Suter (SUI) at 0'The44
6- TESSA WORLEY (FRA) at 0''54
7- Ragnhild MowInckel (NOR) at 0''59
8- Ester Ledecka (RTC) at 0''61
9- Alice Robinson (NZL ) at 0''62
10- Mirjam Puchner (AUT) at 0''66
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