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to five games. VAL GARDENA, Italy—Overall World Cup leader Aksel Lund Svindal
extended his recent dominance in speed races with a super-G victory on Friday,
winning by a large margin despite a major mistake three gates from the finish.
The Norwegian clocked 1 minute, 36.95 seconds down the Saslong course under a
light snowfall that made for flat light. Italians Matteo Marsaglia and Werner
Heel finished second and third to the delight of the local fans in the Dolomite
Range. Marsaglia was a distant 1.07 seconds behind and Heel was 1.12 back. It
was Svindals third win in five speed races this season. He finished second in
the other two. “It was a good race. I dont know what else to say. Some days are
faster than other days and today was fast,” Svindal said. “So far this season is
just going great. I had hoped to be good, but I didnt expect to be this good.”
Jan Hudec of Calgary was the top Canadian in 12th place. Erik Guay of
Mont-Tremblant, Que., was 14th and Manuel Osborne-Paradis of Vancouver was 18th.
Svindal would have won by an even larger margin had he not nearly gone down with
his legs in a split within sight of the finish line. But he recovered by the
next-to-last gate and lost only 0.08 of his advantage from the final split time.
“I heard on the radio that everyone was losing time to the Italian guys at the
last split,” Svindal said. “I definitely didnt want to give anything away at the
bottom, so I was charging and I came tight in there … and then I hit a bump.
“Its just reflexes, really you dont have time to think about it. Definitely not
what I planned to do. I had a high heart rate before that but that definitely
raised it. I was pretty close to losing my balance.” It was the 19th win of
Svindals World Cup career, moving him past Lasse Kjus into second place among
Norwegian skiers, trailing only Kjetil Andre Aamodts 21 victories. Svindal also
won this super-G in 2009. The last man to reach the podium in the first three
super-Gs of the season was Austrian great Hermann Maier in 2003-04. Maier ended
up reaching the podium in all seven super-Gs that season. “Hermainn Maier has
(54) World Cup victories. Ray Lewis Super Bowl Jersey. I have 19, so I
have a long way to be close to Hermann Maier,” Svindal said. “Im just happy that
Im fast this year. Im not thinking too much about what other guys have done. Im
more concerned with the guys Im racing against now.” One of those guys is
Marsaglia, who won the previous super-G in Beaver Creek, Colorado, for his first
career victory. “This second place is maybe better than the first place in
Beaver Creek,” Marsaglia said. “(Alberto) Tomba told me that winning once is
easy but its difficult to win a second time. Well this is nearly a win, so
confirming myself feels really good.” Heel won this race four years ago but
hadnt been on the podium in any event in three seasons. “Its extra special to be
back on the podium in Val Gardena,” Heel said. Heel dedicated the podium finish
to his girlfriend Manuela Moelgg, who also races for Italy. Svindals Norwegian
teammate Kjetil Jansrud finished fourth, missing the podium by just 0.06
seconds. Jansrud and Svindal were 1-2 in downhill training on Thursday and will
be the favourites for Saturdays downhill on the Saslong. Norwegian coach Tron
Moger set the course. Svindal moved 132 points ahead of American rival Ted
Ligety in the overall standings, as Ligety finished 25th. “This is not really a
hill that suits me at all,” Ligety said. “Theres a lot of terrain and its more
about absorbing the terrain than turning, so thats not really my specialty.”
Svindal could widen his margin again in the downhill, since Ligety isnt racing,
while the American will be favoured in Sundays giant slalom in nearby Alta
Badia. Svindal also holds a 71-point lead on Marsaglia on top of the super-G
standings. Patrick Kueng of Switzerland provided some comic relief when he lost
control immediately after pushing out of the start gate and performing a
360-degree spin. He then skied off course on the lower section. Heavier snowfall
is expected overnight, which could affect Saturdays race. Organizers have
already raised the possibility of using two shortened runs for the downhill. ’ ’

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