THE SLALOM WORLD CUP COULDN'T HAVE GOT OFF TO A BETTER START FOR THE DAINESE TEAM
12 November 2012 | News
Double success in the 2 days of slalom in Levi in Finland. Maria Höfl-Riesch stood out in the women’s race and really looked as if she had returned to being the athlete she was two years ago, when she won the all-round world cup.
The Swede, Andrè Mhyrer, holder of the speciality cup, began the season where he left off the last one: winning.
Mention should also be given to the excellent fourth place for Manfred Moelgg, a rediscovered athlete after a brilliant second place in Sölden, two weeks ago.
To complete the Dainese scenario, sixth and seventh placed went to the Swedes Theresa Borssen and Anna Swenn-Larsson in the women’s race, and 21st place to Stefano Gross in the men’s race. Unfortunately Cristian Deville was out, being in eighth position after the first round.