Women Giant Slalom – Fenninger wins at Semmering, Austria; Tina Maze 2nd

The last 2012 Women’s Giant Slalom just ended a few moments ago in Semmering, Austria.

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Local skier Anna Fenninger set the fastest time in Run 1 and also in the second winning with an aggregated time of 2:13:09 an impressive 1:10 seconds less than Tina Maze. With this result Fenninger moved to 4th both in the GS overall standings and in the Alpine Skiing events World Cup.

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Tina Maze, the current World Cup Overall leader – both is GS as well as in all Alpine Skiing events – was 3rd in first run and repeated her position in Run 2 finishing second today. Tina Maze has ruled the GS till now with 4 wins, todays’ 2nd and a 3rd place in 6 events.

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Tessa Worley of France was 3rd and Viktoria Rebensburg – the winner of the last GS in Are, Sweden – finished today’s race in 5th.

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Maria Hoefl-Riesch, maintained her second place in the Alpine Skiing overall World Cup ( but now with a huge 417 points disadvantage) despite finishing today only in 4th place. This result allowed her to climb from 11th to 8th in the GS overall standings.

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