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Switzerland's Feuz wins World Cup downhill in Lake Louise

26 Novembre 2017

Beat Feuz of Switzerland won the season-opening men's World Cup downhill Saturday when the men's ski racing community also remembered one of their own.

The French raced Saturday with Adrien Theaux posting their best result in seventh.

"It's just a shame and it's too bad that happened in our sport".

Feuz is the reigning world downhill champion. Svindal was just over three-tenths behind Feuz in third.

It was Svindal's first appearance in competition for nearly a year because of a knee injury, and it was a decent return for the man nicknamed "Mr Lake Louise" having won eight times at the Canadian venue. Feuz said. "With the Rocky Mountains and everything, it's a great place for me". Italy's Peter Fill finished fourth (1:44.28) followed by another Norwegian Kjetil Jansrud (1:44.39).

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Baraka Sani, who is vying for National Women Leader, also speaking at the occasion said Dokpesi has demonstrated commitment to the ideals of the party.

Erik Guay of Mont-Tremblant, Que., withdrew from the race because of a sore back that tightened up in Friday's training run.

With only one training run, the top leaderboard on Friday contained numerous names that are expected to challenge for podium spots in both yesterday's downhill and today's Super G.

A women's giant slalom event was also held today in the American resort of Killington with Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg, the Vancouver 2010 Olympic gold medallist, coming out on top.

The men were set to contest a super-G on a similar course Sunday. I know the slope. "For me, one run was OK".

Broderick Thompson of Whistler, B.C., was 23rd, Calgary Tyler Werry placed 34th, Ben Thomsen of Invermere, B.C., finished 41st and Toronto's Jack Crawford was 63rd in a field of 74 racers.

Switzerland's Feuz wins World Cup downhill in Lake Louise