The last Women’s Giant Slalom of 2012 is being held at Semmering, Austria.
Run 1 just finished a few moments ago and Local Skier Anna Fenninger set the fastest time with 1:06:42, 0:56 tenths of a second quicker than French Lady Tessa Worley. Fenninger is currently 5th in the GS overall standings and Worley is one position ahead (4th).
Tina Maze, the current World Cup Overall leader – both is GS as well as in all Alpine Skiing events – was 3rd in this first run 0:90 tenths of a second from Fenninger. Tina Maze has ruled the GS till now with 4 wins and a 3rd place in 5 events.
Viktoria Rebensburg – the winner of the last GS in Are, Sweden – finished today’s run 1 in 6th place, 1:25 seconds behind Fenninger.
Maria Hoefl-Riesch, currently second in the Alpine Skiing overall World Cup (almost 400 points apart from Maze) but only 11th in the GS overall finished run 1 in 4th place 1:14 seconds behind top skier.
Run 2 that will define the final standings in Semmering’s GS will be held today at 13:30 CET.
We will post the results as soon as the competition ends.