ALPINE SKIING This is her second title …
Happy news for the French skiing. Tessa Worley was crowned champion of the world Alpine Skiing on Thursday in St. Moritz, Switzerland, ahead of the American Mikaela Shiffrin and Italy’s Sofia Goggia. It is the second world title for skiers Annemasse after the 2013 Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
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Skier Grand-Bornand (French Alps) was the undisputed favorite, having dominated the World Cup season, with three wins and three second places who orbiting globe for breakfast.
“It’s something I expected. The pressure was very high from the second run. After this small mistake at the start, I reconcentrated. When I got up this morning, I wanted to have no regrets. In the first race, the commitment was there, the skiing was there, “said the companion of the slalom skier Lizeroux.