Universal Sports is your destination for comprehensive coverage of the 2012-2013 FIS Alpine World Cup. Get LIVE online streaming and on-demand access to all events listed below, as well as free post-event highlights, photo galleries, and more. (All times ET — subject to change) For our skiing fans: Since the beginning of 2012, we have […]
Bart Swings (BEL) won the race but it was Arjan Stroetinga (NED) who got the glory. Stroetinga finished 3rd in the event and won the overall World Cup with 330 points. Top American Patrick Meek finished 14th in the event .
Ireen Wust (NED) finished with a race winning time of 1:54.67, and finished 2nd overall in the WC. Wust also won the 3000m race yesterday. The overall WC win went to her fellow countrywoman Marrit Leenstra.
Marrit Leenstra (NED) finished the final race of the WC season with a time of 1:57.74, giving her enough points to secure her title. Leenstra finished the WC with 410 points over Christine Nesbitt (CAN).
Heather Richardson finished the final 1,000m race 11th overall, but still was able to walk away with the overall title. Richardson finished the season with 525 points, earning her second WC title. Richardson’s previous WC title was won in 2011.
In the first 500m race, four time world champ Jenny Wolf (GER) gets her first win of the season. Current World and Olympic champ Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR) suffers her first loss of the season with just one more race to go.
Sanya Richards-Ross (C) finishes in the women’s 200 meters qualifying at the U.S. Olympic athletics trials in Eugene, Oregon June 28, 2012. (REUTERS/Steve Dipaola) By Gene Cherry EUGENE, Oregon, June 29 (Reuters) – Sanya Richards-Ross sprinted to the year’s second fastest time as she won her women’s 200 meters semi-final at the U.S. Olympic athletics […]
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