The last 2012 Women’s Giant Slalom just ended a few moments ago in Semmering, Austria.
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.
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.
Tessa Worley of France was 3rd and Viktoria Rebensburg – the winner of the last GS in Are, Sweden – finished today’s race in 5th.
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.