Corinne Suter wins Garmisch-Partenkirchen super-G in Kandahar World Cup races

Corinne Suter wins Garmisch-Partenkirchen super-G, on Sunday, 9 February 2020. The FIS alpine ski World Cup continued Kandahar Garmisch-Partenkirchen women races with the super-G (super-giant).

The weather was perfect for the event. Many ski fans filled the ski arena, waiting to enjoy a new victory of their favorite, the German Viktoria Rebensburg.

The American Mikaela Shiffrin missed the race, due to personal problems. However, she will keep the first place at overall podium.

The race started with some of the best skiers. The Swiss Corinne Suter had the fastest run and stayed on the first position after the end. Due to this win, she becomes nr.1 in the super-G overall podium. The Italian Federica Brignone lost the red t-shirt in super-giant race.

The Austrian Nicole Schmidhofer followed Corinne Suter with the second best time.

Another Swiss, Wendy Holdener, finished on the third place.

Unfortunately, home favorite, Viktoria Rebensburg, went down and didn`t finish the race. Yesterday, she won the downhill and public enjoyed their favorite victory. No other German athlete got a good position today. The Austrian Anna Veith was disqualified. The Italian Sofia Goggia also went down and didn not finish the race.

Women alpine ski World Cup will go on next weekend in Slovenian town Kranjska Gora. Best women skiers will perform in two races: giant slalom and slalom.

Corinne Suter wins the super-G in Garmisch-Partenkirchen FIS World Cup.
Corinne Suter wins Garmisch-Partenkirchen super-G in FIS World Cup, 9 February 2020