Almost two weeks before the start of the Olympic Winter Games in Beijing, a heavy fall of the exceptional skier driver Sofia Loggia has taken care of the Super-G-World Cup in Corina d’Mezzo for a shock second. The big dominator of the previous speed season overlooked on Sunday after a driving error and slammed into the next gate.
Loggia hobbles from the plant
After a short time, the 29-year-old could get up and drive independently into the finish. Later, however, the Italian humped from the plant. Whether Loggia seriously injured himself was initially unclear. It applies to Olympia (4th to 20th February) as a large gold favorite in the departure and in the Super-G.
The victory went to her Lands woman Elena Burton, which celebrated her first World Cup success this winter. Second, Austria’s Tamara Tippler followed by Michelle ISIN from Switzerland.
Germany’s only starter Kira Wade missed the top ten, but reached its less popular speed discipline but the best career reading. The Sternberger came to the finish with 0.80 seconds as twelfth.