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Lindsey Jacobellis (USA) and Alex Pullin (AUS) have won the second to last snowboard cross race of the 2010 LG Snowboard FIS World Cup. In the ladies' final, the fifth ranked rider of the 2010 Olympics edged off Vancouver Gold medallist Maelle Ricker (CAN) and her team mate Dominique Maltais to the second and third rank respectively. Reigning World Champion Helene Olafsen (NOR) came in fourth.
The two Parallel World Cup leaders Nicolien Sauerbreij (NED) and Benjamin Karl (AUT) have underlined their impressive form of this season by winning the seventh parallel giant slalom of the 2010 LG Snowboard FIS World Cup. The reigning Olympic champion secured her second win of this winter in Valmalenco by relegating French Nathalie Desmares with a tiny lead of only 0.07 seconds to second. In the Austrian battle for third, Doris Guenther crossed the finish line ahead of Claudia Riegler thus keeping her chance of grabbing the World Cup title. With only one race to go at the World Cup finals in La Molina (ESP), Guenther (4,310) is still within reach of Sauerbreij (4,800).
Holly Crawford (AUS) and Michal Ligocki (POL) claimed victory in a halfpipe contest held today in Valmalenco, Italy. In the second to last halfpipe competition of the 2010 LG Snowboard FIS World Cup, the Australian successfully competed in the ladies' final earning 40.4 points thus celebrating her career's second victory after Furano, Japan, 2007. Ursina Haller (SUI, 37.5) and Mercedes Nicoll (CAN, 37.1) rounded out the podium as second and third respectively.
Das Dachstein Xtreme, das letzte Rennen im Austria Skitour Cup lief heute erfolgreich - und trotz schlechter Prognosen bei strahlendem Sonnenschein über die Bühne. Auf der Ausweichstrecke, denn aufgrund des Wetters riskierte man die Originalstrecke über den Dachsteingipfel nicht, herrschten perfekte Bedingungen für die Teilnehmer.
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„Es war ein grandioses Wochenende!“ – so die einhellige Meinung der Koasalauf Verantwortlichen. Die neue Strecke hat sich sehr gut bewährt und die Leistungen der Teilnehmer waren sensationell.
At Kreischberg, Austria, the Nicolien Sauerbreij (NED) and the Jasey Jay Anderson (CAN) successfully competed against the international field in the LG Snowboard FIS World Cup season's third Parallel Giant Slalom. Sauerbreij beat Canada's Alexa Loo in the ladies' final while Fraenzi Maegert-Kohli from Switzerland outpaced local hero Marion Kreiner (AUT) in the battle for third.