Alexander Legkov (RUS) finished the final race of the session in 4th place with a time of 37:01.7. Although Legkov finished 2nd in the overall standings he was still able to take 1st place in the men’s distance standings.
World Cup champion, Petter Northug jr (NOR).discusses his race win and how important the World Cup Championship is to him.
Petter Northug jr. (NOR) won the final event of the season, capping off a great ending to a wining season. Northug won the WC title back in 2010 and finished this year’s World Cup with 1,561 points.
Marit Bjoergen (NOR) talks about what it feels like to win the last race of the World Cup season.
Marit Bjoergen (NOR) won her 3rd race in a row after WC leader, Justyna Kowalczyk (POL), did not start. Even without starting in today’s event, Kowalczyk went on to win the Overall World Cup with 2017 points.
American Kikkan Randall took 7th place in the final race of the season with a time of 1:04:33.4. Randall finished the WC season with 1190 points as the overall win went to Justyna Kowalczyk.
Going into his 2nd run, Per Fernvik crashed on the second jump of the course and lost both of his skies. Fernvik was able to walk away from the crash and finish 16th in the event.
Racing bib number 66, Robin Holub (CZE) took a hard crash is his first run. Holub would finish the competition 13th overall.
Marit Bjoergen (NOR) talks about what it feels like to be be leading the WC by 45 seconds after her big win today.
Marit Bjoergen (NOR) won again today after wining yesterday’s 2km. Bjoergen finished with a time of 28.06.7 beating 2nd place Therese Johaug (NOR) by nearly 4 seconds. Bjoergen now leads the WC by 45 seconds.
Eldar Roenning (NOR) discusses his first victory of the season in his “come from behind” victory today.
While sitting in 3rd place with about 100m left to go, Eldar Roenning (NOR) powered past Maxim Vylegzhanin (RUS) and Martin Johnrud Sundby (NOR) to get the win. Roenning finished with a time of 43.26, winning by just .1 seconds.
Marit Bjoergen (NOR) finished with a wining time of 6:03.2, beating out 2nd place Charlotte Kalla and 3rd place American Kikkan Randell. Marit Bjoergen has now taken the overall lead.
Petter Northug has now won the first two races in the Finals, winning the 3.75km time trial by 2.1 seconds, and he leads in the World Cup overall by 56 points with two races remaining.
American Kikkan Randall scores her first World Cup globe, winning by over a 100 points over Justyna Kowalczyk (POL).
In the final race of the season, overall World Cup winner Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) scores the win, helped by a wipe-up out by the Norwegians. She finished second for the season in sprints.
In the last sprint of the season, Petter Northug (NOR) scores the win, finishing the season second in the Sprints. In the overall, with three races to go, he leads by only 34 points.
It’s the first year since she was a rookie that Tessa Worley failed to get a win. However, this makes her fourth podium for the season, her most yet, as she finishes 4th in the Giant Slalom standings.
Racing in the semi-final heat, skiers Georgia Simmerling (CAN) and Ophelie David (FRA) crashed into one another going into a turn. David was later disqualified while Simmerling moved on to the final heat.
Racing in the quarterfinals Marco Tomasi (ITA) crashed on the first hill out of the gate after losing his balance.
Fanny Smith (SUI) led coming out the gate and never looked back, beating out 2nd place Marielle Thompson. Smith leads the overall standings with 576 points.
Fanny Smith (SUI) discusses how racing safely was the key to winning.
The 24 year old, Jean Frederic Chapuis, (FRA) won the final heat beating out 2nd place skier Armin Niederer (SUI). Chapuis finished 3rd in yesterday’s Ski Cross when the victory went to Alex Fiva (SUI).
Tina Maze speaks about her triumphant season.
Race winner Therese Johaug (NOR) discusses how her home crowd motivated her in today’s race, making her give her all in an amazing performance.
In the last race of the season, World Cup Giant Slalom and Overall winner Tina Maze (SLO) gets the win by .35 seconds over Tessa Worley, getting her 11th win this season and the 22nd for her career.
Overall leader, Therese Johaug (NOR), dominated the competition from start to finish winning with a time of 1:21.17.7. Johaug at one point had a lead over 1 minute. Elizabeth Stephen (USA) finished 9th in the race.
Denise Karbon (ITA) even though she made it to the seconds run, she ends the season with a crash, luckily she seems ok.
Irene Curtoni (ITA) ends the season with a crash, with the finish line in sight, luckily she seems ok.
Julia Mancuso (USA) ends her season 1.09 seconds off the podium, finishes ranked 4th 162 points behind Anna Fenninger (AUT), and 11th in Giant slalom.
Frida Hansdotter (SWE) ends the season with a crash, with the final line in sight, luckily she seems ok.
2011 World Cup winner Ivica Kostelic (CRO) finished .51 seconds out of first, and third in the slalom ranking for the season, but 5th overall.
Marcel Hirscher (AUT) won the World Cup slalom title with 960 points, though Sunday he finished .36 seconds behind Felix Neureuther (GER).
Felix Neureuther (GER) scored his 5th career win, by .36 seconds, over Marcel Hirscher (AUT). He ended the season second in Slalom and 4th in the Overall.
With 1,535 points, Marcel Hirscher wins his second consecutive World Cup title and his first slalom Globe.
Alexander Legkov (RUS) discusses the strategy he used to win today’s race and how excited he is to be leading the overall standings.
Alexander Legkov (RUS) managed to pull away in the final km of the race to beat out Martin Johnrud Sundby (NOR) at the face. Legkov finished with a time of 2:07:32.9 and now leads the overall standings.
American Hannah Kearney talks about how this year has been an emotional roller-coaster for her as she goes into the final event of the season leading the overall standings.
American Bradley Wilson talks about today’s win and ho he feels like he is a better competitor in Dual Moguls rather than single’s Moguls.
Race winner Alex Bilodeau (CAN) talks about his history of getting back to back wins at Are.
Hannah Kearney (USA) won the final heat with a score of 23 points over Yulia Galysheva (KAZ) who had 12 points. Kearney leads the overall standing with 1 race to go.
Bradley Wilson (USA) was the top American, beating out Per Spett (SWE) for 3rd place in the overall competition. Bradley won with 35 point after Spett fell down in the run.
Alex Bilodeau (CAN) finished with a final score of 20 over 2nd place Mikael Kingsbeury (CAN) who finished with 15. Bilodeau also won yesterday’s Moguls competition
Once again Marcel Hirscher (AUT) finishes 2nd to Ted Ligety (USA), by .37 seconds, but with Askel Lund Svindal (NOR) skiing out in run one, it’s now official that Hirscher is the 2013 overall World Cup winner.
Triple world champion Ted Ligety, who secured the giant slalom World Cup last weekend, beat overall title winner Marcel Hirscher of Austria by 0.37 seconds to take his sixth win of the season in the discipline.
Alexis Pinturault (FRA) gets his 7th podium finish this season by .17 seconds, making this his most productive season, as he ranks 6th in the Overall.
Both Benjamin Raich (AUT) and Cyprien Richard (FRA) lost their footing in the last Giant Slalom race of the season; luckily both are ok.
Ted Ligety (USA) picks up the Giant Slalom World Cup title, after winning this year’s World Championships as well.
It’s been 40 years since someone as young as Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) won a World Cup Globe, but she took the Slalom globe away from Tina Maze (SLO) in the last race of the season.
Marlies Schild’s (AUT) little sister Bernadette gets her first World Cup podium, .05 seconds better than Tina Maze (SLO), but .20 seconds behind Mikaela Shiffrin (USA). She ranked 10th in slalom for the season.
Tina Maze (SLO) just had to beat Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) to earn her second World Cup Globe (she previously got the Super G), but after leading in run one, she dropped to third in run two and missed the Globe by 33 points.
Mikaela Shiffrin (USA), in just her second world cup season, secures a Globe, scoring the win with an amazing second run and beating Tina Maze by 33 points.
Eliza Outtrim (USA) finished with a score of 24.29, losing to Heather Mcphie by just .19 points. Outtrim also sits 4th in the overall standings behind Mcphie.
Heather McPhie (USA) won with a score of 24.48 over 2nd place American Eliza Outtrim. Mcphie sits in 3rd in the overall standing with 517 points.
Patrick Deneen (USA) finished with a score of 25.13, losing to Alex Bilodeau. Deneen sits in 3rd in the overall standings with just 2 events to go.
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