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Skiing - 29. January 2008.

GOODMAN SETS NEW CAREER BEST IN OFTERSCHWANG SLALOM



OFTERSCHWANG, GER (January 27th, 2008)Anna Goodman (Pointe Claire, QC) improved on a career-best World Cup slalom result set earlier this season, finishing today’s SL in Ofterschwang, GER in 24th.

Goodman, who placed 29th at a World Cup slalom in Lienz, AUT earlier this season, finished today’s run in a two-run combined time of one minute 44.41 seconds.

“I am very happy. I was focused on putting two solid runs today and was able to do that,” said Goodman, who was 27th after the opening run. “To have a career best result is a very good feeling and I just have to keep working on getting more aggressive and more comfortable every race.”

Austrian Marlies Schild won the race for her fourth SL win of the season, finishing in 1:40.85 followed by Sweden’s Therese Borssen and Nicole Hosp of Austria.

The Ladies World Cup tour is off to St. Moritz, SUI for speed races Feb. 2nd to 3rd. Emily Brydon (Fernie, BC) already has a supr G podium from St. Moritz this season, when races took place their in mid-December in place of events scheduled for Val d’Isére, FRA.

OFTERSCHWANG, GER – JAN. 27TH, 2008 – SL – LADIES

1

2

SCHILD Marlies

1981

AUT

48.39

52.46

1:40.85

2

3

BORSSEN Therese

1984

SWE

49.51

51.76

1:41.27

3

4

HOSP Nicole

1983

AUT

49.71

51.65

1:41.36

4

5

ZUZULOVA Veronika

1984

SVK

49.25

52.14

1:41.39

5

6

POUTIAINEN Tanja

1980

FIN

49.34

52.11

1:41.45

6

9

COSTAZZA Chiara

1984

ITA

49.82

51.68

1:41.50

7

1

ZAHROBSKA Sarka

1985

CZE

49.51

52.03

1:41.54

8

14

RIESCH Maria

1984

GER

49.73

52.15

1:41.88

9

24

GINI Sandra

1982

SUI

49.82

52.17

1:41.99

9

19

BERGMANN Monika

1978

GER

50.29

51.70

1:41.99

***








24

38

GOODMAN Anna

1986

CAN

51.68

52.73

1:44.41

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