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.
In the first Super G of the season, Ted Ligety (USA) just missed the podium by .01 seconds, but he moved up to second in the World Cup point standings.
Ted Ligety (USA) talks about his win in Soelden.
Ted Ligety (USA) won the giant slalom race by 2.75 seconds, the widest margin of victory in giant slalom since 1979 and the days of Sweden’s Ingemar Stenmark, who won by a record 4.06 seconds in a race in Jasna, Slovakia.
Jan. 13, 2012: American Ted Ligety finishes sixth in the men’s super combined in Wengen, Switzerland.
Oct. 23, 2011: Universal Sports Alpine analysts Steve Porino and Doug Lewis discuss Ted Ligety’s giant slalom victory in Soelden.
Oct. 23, 2011: American Ted Ligety wins the season-opening men’s giant slalom in Soelden.
December 21, 2011: America’s Ted Ligety and Bode Miller fall prey to the tricky conditions in Flachau, Austria.