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Skiing - 19. February 2008.

ANOTHER CAREER-BEST WORLD CUP RESULT FOR ANNA GOODMAN

Goodman 19th in World Cup slalom in Zagreb, SLO

ZAGREB, CRO (February 15TH, 2008)Anna Goodman (Pointe Claire, QC) improved on the best World Cup result of her career for the third time this season, finishing 19th today in a slalom race in Zagreb, CRO, a highlight race of the season for ladies slalom skiers.

The race can be seen tomorrow on Rogers Sportsnet at 2:30 p.m. ET / 12:30 p.m. MT.

Goodman, boosted by the day’s 16th fastest second run, finished in a two-run combined time of one minute 57.39.

“I really felt like I was skiing well in the first run as well,” said Goodman, who had the 30th and final qualifying time in the first run. “I let the skis run today and had two runs that I am pleased with although I still know I can do better. I was a little more nervous than normal because the crowd was amazing. It was just huge and they were cheering for everyone no matter where they were from.”

Goodman finished 29th in a slalom in Lienz, AUT earlier this season and followed that up by placing 24th in Ofterschwang, GER in January. With total prize money of 330,000 Euro’s for the top 30 finishers in both today’s ladies race and Sunday’s men’s event, it’s one of the most anticipated events of the season.

Finland’s Tanja Poutiainen won the race at 1:52.83 followed by Austrian Marlies Schild, over half a second back, and Slovakian Veronika Zuzulova in third.

The Canadian Ladies alpine ski team now heads to Whistler, BC as TELUS presents the Whistler World Cup, the final of three World Cup stops in Canada this season. Watch for the TELUS Whistler downhill February 22nd followed by the TELUS Whistler super combined presented by UPS on February 24th.

ZAGREB, CRO – FEB. 15TH, 2008 – SL – LADIES

1

6

POUTIAINEN Tanja

1980

FIN

55.12

57.71

1:52.83

2

2

SCHILD Marlies

1981

AUT

54.74

58.61

1:53.35

3

5

ZUZULOVA Veronika

1984

SVK

55.56

57.95

1:53.51

4

13

ZETTEL Kathrin

1986

AUT

55.51

58.21

1:53.72

5

14

LOESETH Nina

1989

NOR

55.80

58.37

1:54.17

6

7

ZAHROBSKA Sarka

1985

CZE

55.88

58.52

1:54.40

7

16

MOELGG Manuela

1983

ITA

55.78

58.65

1:54.43

8

11

PIETILAE-HOLMNER Maria

1986

SWE

56.09

58.62

1:54.71

9

1

BORSSEN Therese

1984

SWE

55.98

58.76

1:54.74

10

12

BERGMANN Monika

1978

GER

55.53

59.57

1:55.10

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19

38

GOODMAN Anna

1986

CAN

57.74

59.65

1:57.39

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