Image Credit: GEPA pictures/ Mario Kneisl

Wendy Holdener does it again at World Championships, earning her second gold medal in the alpine combined. A win has been long overdue for Holdener this season, as she has been unable to break onto the top spot of the podium on the World Cup circuit.

Petra Vlhova trailed Holdener by three-hundredths to earn the first individual World Championship medal of her career. In third, 0.45 seconds out from Vlhova, is Ragnhild Mowinckel. Her podium finish is her first in the alpine combined on the world stage.

Alice Merryweather, the lone representative of the United States, had a costly mistake in the slalom that put her in 18th overall after a strong 10th place finish in the downhill early on Friday morning.

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Top 10

  1. Wendy Holdener (SUI): 2:02.13
  2. Petra Vlhova (SVK): +0.03
  3. Ragnhild Mowinckel (NOR): +0.45
  4. Ramona Siebenhofer (AUT): +0.49
  5. Roni Remme (CAN): +1.13
  6. Federica Brignone (ITA): +1.39
  7. Kajsa Vickhoff Lie (NOR): +1.51
  8. Franziska Gritsch (AUT): +1.69
  9. Lisa Hoernblad (SWE): +2.06
  10. Ilka Stuhec (SLO):+2.14

 

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Article Tags: Alpine, Top Story

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Mackenzie Moran
Staff Writer
- Born and raised in Metro-Detroit, Michigan, Mackenzie grew up ski racing all over the Mitten.​ When s​he moved out west in search of mountains, she attended the University of Oregon, where she achieved degrees in Journalism and Environmental Science. She raced USCSA and was captain of the UO Alpine Ski Team. She currently resides in Salt Lake City and serves as the Women's World Cup Staff Writer for Ski Racing Media.
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