Dominik Paris is unbeatable on the Stelvio. After winning the downhill for the third time yesterday, he claims the double with the victory in today's super-g. Olympic Champion Matthias Mayer and Val Gardena winner Aleksander Aamodt Kilde round out the podium.
10 years after the last Audi FIS Ski World Cup men’s super-g in Bormio, the best speed athletes of the world took a last run on the tough track before enjoying a well-deserved New Year’s break.
Yesterday, Italy’s Dominik Paris became the “King of Stelvio” equaling the record of three wins in Bormio, but today, he became the lone record holder with four wins, three in downhill and one in super-g as of today. He likes the tough races like the
It was a tight race, actually the tightest possible, as the second place finishes only +0.01 behind Paris. Olympic Champion Matthias Mayer is grabbing his first podium of the season on one of the toughest course on the Tour. “We need more of these races, I really like these conditions,” he said. The Austrian is very happy to be back at the end of the podium and hopes to carry on into the January races.
In third place, Norwegian Aleksander Aamodt Kilde claimed a 10th World Cup podium in career. The winner of the Val Gardena super-g wasn’t feeling very well on the downhill day, but today the stars aligned again and he could carry on the momentum on Italian snow.
This super-g concluded the races in Bormio and the men's World Cup Tour will now move on to Oslo for a City Event on January 1st.
Results are available here: Bormio SG
Quotes from the Top 3 are available here: Soundcloud