Competition Corner - January 23

An extraordinarily busy World Cup weekend saw skiing and snowboarding action in Otepää (EST), Zao (JPN), Zakopane (POL), Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA), Wengen (SUI), Lake Placid (USA), Idre Fjäll (SWE), Laax (SUI) and La Thuile (ITA). The Nordic Combined World Cup wrapped up their highlight of the winter, the Nordic Combined TRIPLE in Chaux-Neuve (FRA).

Cross-Country
Iivo Niskanen reports back on 15km classic in Otepää
Therese Johaug dominates at 10km in classic style

Ski Jumping
Stefan Kraft ends Austria's drought
Zao: Two Norwegian ladies on top
Germany wins nail biter in Zakopane
German ladies win exciting team event
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz wins in Zao

Nordic Combined
Mario Seidl steals the TRIPLE triumph in Chaux-Neuve
Rehrl strikes again on Day 2 of the Nordic Combined TRIPLE
Franz-Josef Rehrl debuts with World Cup win on Day 1 of the TRIPLE​​​​​​​

Alpine Skiing
Mikaela Shiffrin wins her third super-G of the season​​​​​​​
Clement Noel earns first career World Cup win​​​​​​​
Kriechmayr king of 2019 Lauberhorn​​​​​​​
Ramona Siebenhofer makes it twice as nice in Cortina d'Ampezzo​​​​​​​
Maiden World Cup victory for Ramona Siebenhofer in Cortina d'Ampezzo​​​​​​​
First AC win for Marco Schwarz​​​​​​​

Freestyle Skiing
Xu and Burov prevail in Lake Placid aerials World Cup​​​​​​​
Anthony and Cavet grab careers’ first victories in Lake Placid​​​​​​​
Smith and Chapuis take wins in the second race in Idre​​​​​​​
Zacher and Fiva on top in the first race in Idre

Snowboard
Joerg and Coratti capture PGS World Cup career-first victories​​​​​​​
Next-level Laax Open halfpipe World Cup wins for Kim and James​​​​​​​
Corning and Norendal tops in Laax Open slopestyle World Cup

Telemark
Tan-Bouquet, Wenger-Reymond and Nygaard Løken win in La Thuile