Foss-Solevaag achieves first World Cup triumph in the Flachau slalom

Foss-Solevaag achieves first World Cup triumph in the Flachau slalom

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Sports writing, Jan 17 (EFE) .- The Norwegian Sebastian Foss-Solevaag achieved his first victory in the Alpine Skiing World Cup by winning the Flachau slalom (Austria), scoring for that competition and which was played this Sunday in the mentioned station in the Salzburg region.

Foss-Solevaag, 29, who was already in command of the event after the first heat, achieved his first victory in the regularity competition by covering the two routes of the track ‘Hermann Maier’ in one minute, 46 seconds and 23 hundredths, 76 less than the Austrian Marco Schwarz, who regained the lead in the discipline classification.
The Frenchman Alexis Pinturault, who finished third -95 hundredths behind the Norwegian-, reinforced his leadership in the general of the World Cup.
 

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