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Skiing - 10. December 2007.

AUSTRIAN HOSP WINS ASPEN WORLD CUP LADIES SLALOM


ASPEN, USA (December 9TH, 2007) – Last season’s overall World Cup champion Nicole Hosp of Austria was the winner of today’s Slalom in Aspen, USA, finishing with a two run combined time of one 34.60 seconds.

Hosp triumphed over Finland’s Tanja Poutianen who came second after leading following the first run. Austrian Kathrin Zettel was third.

Anna Goodman (Pointe Claire, QC), the lone Canadian in the field, finished 44th in the opening run which did not qualify her for the second run.

World Cup champion Britt Janyk (Whistler, BC) along with Kelly VanderBeek (Kitchener, ON), Emily Brydon (Fernie, BC), Sherry Lawrence (Calgary, AB), Emilie Desforges (Montréal, QC) and Larisa Yurkiw (Owen Sound, ON) are scheduled to race as Canada’ Ladies alpine ski team heads to St. Moritz, SUI for a Downhill next Saturday and a Super G on Sunday, replacing events originally scheduled for Val d’Isère, FRA.

CBC’s Pontiac Alpine Ski Series is scheduled to have coverage of the Downhill Saturday beginning at 12:30 p.m. ET.

ASPEN, USA – DEC 9TH, 2007 – SLALOM - LADIES

1

6

HOSP Nicole

1983

AUT

46.13

48.47

1:34.60

2

2

POUTIAINEN Tanja

1980

FIN

46.10

49.69

1:35.79

3

8

ZETTEL Kathrin

1986

AUT

46.20

49.74

1:35.94

4

7

BORSSEN Therese

1984

SWE

46.43

49.93

1:36.36

5

3

ZAHROBSKA Sarka

1985

CZE

46.64

49.88

1:36.52

6

1

ZUZULOVA Veronika

1984

SVK

46.61

50.23

1:36.84

7

28

HANSDOTTER Frida

1985

SWE

48.74

48.12

1:36.86

8

9

STIEGLER Resi

1985

USA

47.35

49.72

1:37.07

9

16

RIESCH Maria

1984

GER

47.62

49.59

1:37.21

10

45

KARBON Denise

1980

ITA

48.68

48.76

1:37.44

For complete results: http://www.fis-ski.com/uk/604/610.html?sector=AL&raceid=50342

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