Madrid, January 22 (EFE). Italian Sofia Giugia threw herself into an open grave on the slopes of the Dolomites and won officially by getting off Cortina d’Ampezzo, scoring in the World Cup which gave her her sixth victory of the class.
Having suffered a fall in the descent of Zochenense, which followed the victories in the previous three tests, Jogja again met with victory in front of his fans, in a test conditioned by strong winds, which lowered and shortened the starting level. road.
Goggia, who was the best in the previous training sessions, confirmed these good feelings in the competition and set a time of 1:06.98 that would not have been possible for her competitors.
The closest was the Austrian Ramona Seppenhofer at 0.20 and the Czech Ester Ledeka at 0.26.
Swiss downhill world champion Corin Sutter came fourth with a time of 0.33.
Goggia, the World Cup leader in the Major (400 points, against 264 Siebenhofer), has seven podiums this season: five wins on the downhill, one win and a second place in the Super G.
And the struggle continues over Crystal Globe, which determines the general in the World Cup, led by the American Michaela Schiffrin with 966 points, followed by the Czech Petra Velhova with 926 points. None of them participated in the descent on Saturday. The third is Jogja (769).
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