In Val d’Isere, Vonn was the best guy

VAL D’ISERE. The most successful and probably the most talented participant of the world championships in the Alpine ski disciplines in Val d’Isere, France, became the all-handsome American Lindsey Vonn.

The twenty-four-year-old World Cup leader has won a prestigious double in sliding disciplines, winning a super-medal slalom in the run. She could also dominate her dominance in supercombination and slalom.

In the competition of versatility she was finally disqualified from the second place and in the most active discipline she fell in the second round when she again attacked one of the medals from the second place. Vonn in the Savoy Alps unwittingly took care of the title pages of the boulevard.During the celebration when she opened a bottle of champagne, she injured her thumb on her right hand so unfortunate that she had to sew it with four stitches and she forcibly missed a huge slalom.

The vampire shadow of Val d’Isere was young, only 17-year-old Swiss Lara Gut who took twice as silver – in a downhill and supercombination. The top position in the technical disciplines was confirmed by Finja Tanja Poutiainen, twice bronze – in slalom and huge slalom.

The most successful man was Didier Cuche on the Bellevard. The experienced 34-year-old matador was awarded the title of the superstar in the world and added silver from the royal run.Just a little less successful was his countryman Carlo Janka.

The discovery of the season won sovereignly in giant slalom and was bronze in the downhill. The same combination of medal success performed Norwegian Aksel Lund Svindal, the super combined gold and bronze from the super G. Finally, their hero had snow on the domestic and French.Julien Lizeroux attributed the silver metal in the supercombination and the final slalom.

An overview of multiple medalists from MS 2009 in Val d’Isère:

Lindsey Vonn (USA) – golden at the show and super G

Didier Cuche ) – Gold in Super G and Silver in the Outing

Carlo Janka (Swiss) – Gold in Giant Slalom and Bronze in the Outing

Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR) and bronze in super G

Julien Lizeroux (Fr.) – silver in slalom and supercombination

Lara Gutova (Swiss) Tanja Poutiainen (Fin) – bronze in slalom and huge slalom

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