The slope was too hard for me and I could not really hold him because my hand was broken, said Loggia.
Burton won the 3rd World Cup triumph in her profession with a courageous journey in the most hard presence. The 31-year-old from Moreno, northern Italy had previously won in Bank (departure) and in 2022 in Corina d'Mezzo (Super-G). Loggia made the Italian double success best. To the pleasure of the Swiss team with Corinne Outer (+0.73) and Jasmine Fury (+0.84), 2 Swiss walks joined them. From a German viewpoint, it was a more secondhand day: Speed front female Kira Wade did not cope well and caught the 24th of Burton 2.16 seconds behind, the leading 20 missed it.
Apparently you shouldn't afford a mistake here, stated a dissatisfied Wade in the ARD and showed even a bit at a loss whether to her non-acceptable outcomes. The 19-year-old Emma Richer used rather much better conditions with a high start number to push himself forward with a brave journey. Richer was 1.79 seconds behind Burton 15. In the ranking. The DSV motorist Katrin Hirtl-Stergassinger lined up as 27th close behind Wade and 2.32 seconds behind in the category.
Hold-up before Goggia-start hand fracture
The Loggia, which was leading in the discipline classification, had double bad luck after her double success by Lake Louis: Instantly prior to her start, a slope employee had actually injured himself in a fall and needed to be taken care of and drew out of the route location. With a couple of minutes of hold-up, the 30-year-old from Bergamo was only able to start and injured his left hand when called with a goal. In the end, she remained 29 hundredths of a 2nd behind her compatriot Burton and stood in the target area with a thick bandaged hand. It is operated on in Milan right away, said the World Association IS in view of the fracture at Loggia. You in fact only see white in white, explained the Austrian Miriam Büchner, who missed out on a top 10 location with the OSV group, in which ARD frequently degraded for St. Moritz, which continues to aggravate through the snowfall ended up being. The race was therefore decided early. With Mikaela Shirin, Federica Brig none and Lara Gut-Behrami, experienced racing runners with reasonably high start numbers still made it into the top 10.
Ladies, departure in St. Moritz/Switzerland, 16.12.2022: 1. Elena Burton (Italy) 1: 09.40 min.; 2. Sofia Loggia (Italy) +0.29 seconds; 3. Corinne Outer (Switzerland) +0.73; 4. Jasmine Fury (Switzerland) +0.84; 5. Breezy Johnson (USA) +0.96; 6. Mikaela Shirin (USA) +1.23; 7. Federica Brig none (Italy) +1.27; 8. Reigned Mowinckel (Norway) +1.31; Lara Gut-Behrami (Switzerland);. 10. Laura Piano (Italy) +1.36;... 15. Emma Richer (Mahlstetten) +1.73;. 24. Kira Wade (Sternberg) +2.16;. 27. Katrin Hirtl-Sterggaßinger (Scholar am Nonissue) +2.32. Ladies, general World Cup ranking, after 10 out of 39 competitions:. 1. Mikaela Shirin (U.S.A.) 425 PKT.;. 2. Wendy Goldener (Switzerland) 366;. 3. Petra Altova (Slovakia) 340;. 4. Sofia Loggia (Italy) 325;. 5. Corinne Outer (Switzerland) 300;. 6. Sara Hector (Sweden) 247;. 7. Anna Swenn-Larsson (Sweden) 220;. 8. Marta Passino (Italy) 215;. 9. Lara Gut-Behrami (Switzerland) 201;. 10. Reigned Mowinckel (Norway) 196;... 16. Lena Burr (Garnering) 135;. 30. Kira Wade (Sternberg) 89;. 41. Andrea Filter (Goldstein) 47;. 47. Emma Richer (Mahlstetten) 36;. 75. Jessica Dillinger (Oberstdorf) 15;. 97. Katrin Hirtl-Sterggaßinger (Scholar am Nonissue) 4. Ladies, general World Cup ranking departure, after 3 out of 9 competitions:. 1. Sofia Loggia (Italy) 280 PKT.;. 2. Corinne Outer (Switzerland) 200;. 3. Elena Burton (Italy) 154;. 4. Nina Outlier (Austria) 138;. 5. Ilk Style (Slovenia) 112;. 6. Miriam Büchner (Austria) 109;. 7. Joana Fallen (Switzerland) 94;. 8. Jasmine Fury (Switzerland) 92;. 9. Cornelia Hunter (Austria) 84;. 10. Kira Wade (Sternberg) 67;. Reigned Mowinckel (Norway) 67;... 24. Emma Richer (Mahlstetten) 26;. 39. Katrin Hirtl-Sterggaßinger (Scholar am Nonissue) 4.
- Laura Piano (Italy) +1.36;... 15. Emma Richer (Mahlstetten) +1.73;.
- Reigned Mowinckel (Norway) 196;... 16.