2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Super Combined: Ted Ligety becomes Super Combined champ
Ted Ligety (USA) picked up his 2nd championship title after finishing the SC with a time of 2:56.96, beating 2nd place Kostelic by over 1 second. This title win makes up for the previous two SC events Ligety was unable to finish.
American Giant Slalom (2011 champ) star Ted Ligety wins his first Super G title, by .20 seconds, his first Super G win, during the 2013 Alpine Skiing World Championship in Schladming.
Universal Sports host Doug Lewis takes a look at Ted Ligety’s career following his big win in Adelboden.
Ted Ligety (USA) looked forward to being the top American on the course, but soon found himself skiing out in the first run. Ligety has been a dominant force is GS, but has yet to find the podium this season in Slalom.
American Ted Ligety gets bumped out in the first round with a weak second run.
Ted Ligety (USA) was looking to improve from finishing 6th in run one, but he lost speed and slipped back to 9th in the Slalom. He’s now third in the World Cup standings.
Ted Ligety talks about his record breaking win and the strategies he used to put together a safe secon run in Alta Badia.
Ted Ligety’s (USA) final time was 2:37.27, beating Marcel Hirscher by an astounding 2.04 seconds, the biggest margin of victory at Alta Badia. Ligety has been on the podium for all four GS races this season and has three first place finishes.
Ted Ligety (USA) couldn’t find the speed in Italy, but he still ranks second in the overall World Cup.
Ted Ligety (USA) finished with a time of 1:55.52, just .71 seconds out of second place. Ligety finished first in the previous GS at Beaver Creek and is the leader in GS WC points.