Simon Maurberger, after today's SuperG, won the European Cup with 745 points, 31 more than the Swiss Stefan Rogentin. The race was won by the French Roy Piccard (1.17.37), before the Austrians Christoper Neumayer (+0.16) and Daniel Danklmaier (+0.18).
Despite having conquered a ninth place today, the 'blue won the permanent place in the giant for next season, after having conquered that of the SuperG. The race is won by the Austrian Julia Scheib (1.51.69), ahead of the Norwegian Kaja Norbye (+0.04) and the Swedish Magdalena Fjaellstroem (+0.10).
The race is won by Swiss Urs Kryenbuehl with a time of 1.10.43, but behind him, as mentioned, there are two Italians: Davide Cazzaniga (+0.10) and Florian Schieder (+0.21), at the first podium in the continental circuit.
After the victory of Zingerle in giant yesterday, more joys come from the European Cup: Roberta Melesi wins the Super-G in Sella Nevea with a time of 1.19.22, trimming 12 cents to the New Zealander Alice Robinson (class ''01) and 22 to' Michaela Heider from Austria. This is the first success for Roberta in the European Cup.
In the slalom on Saturday the New Zealand (1.49.25) precedes Kaja Norbye (+0.42) and the Norwegian Marte Monsen (+0.52), while on Sunday the Norbye takes revenge preceding the Swiss Simone Wild and Robinson (+ 0.56), second ex-aequo.
Obdach's women's slalom is won by the Czech Gabriela Capova (1.44.05), ahead of the Swedish Emelie Wikstroem (+0.74) and Austrian Katharina Huber (+1.03), while the men's Gstaad Saanenland from the Norwegian Jonathan Nordbotten (1.41. 57), in front of his compatriot Timon Haugan (+0.56) and the Croatian Istok Rodes (+0.57).
In the parallel of Tignes, the blue, beats in the final for the third place the idol of the house Maxime Rizzo, he places himself behind the Austrian Pirmin Hacker, winner, and the German Anton Tremmel, second.