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scoring record that was set over a decade ago. KVITFJELL, Norway—Kjetil
Jansrud won the mens World Cup super-G race on the Olympic course Sunday,
completing a Norwegian one-two finish with Aksel Lund Svindal. Jansrud finished
in one minute 34.02 seconds. Svindal was 0.21 behind, with Beat Feuz of
Switzerland in third, 0.26 behind the winner. Erik Guay of Mont-Tremblant, Que.,
finished ninth while Calgarys Jan Hudec was 19th. The pair had been hot of late
with at least one podium finish between them at the previous four World Cup
stops. “Its easy to get all bummed out about today or the last couple of days,”
said Hudec. “At the same time, I got World Cup points at every single (speed)
race Ive been in this year. Im happy about that and feel good physically. I want
to have a result that will help me forget about these races here.” Jeffrey
Frisch, of Mont-Tremblant, Que., was 28th, Ben Thomsen of Invermere, B.C., was
41st, Dustin Cook of Lac-Sainte-Marie, Que., was 52nd and Louis-Pierre Helie, of
Berthierville, Que., was 54th. It was a first World Cup win for Jansrud, who was
beaten by the smallest of margins two days in a row. He finished third in
Fridays super-G race behind joint winners Feuz and Klaus Kroell. On Saturday,
Kroell beat Jansrud into second place in the downhill. “Its a lot of emotions
right now,” said Jansrud, who has nine career podium finishes. “What can I say?
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definitely special to be two up there.” In Saturdays downhill, Jansrud and
Svindal both made the podium, with Svindal taking third place. Jansrud, who has
been battling a back injury, said he intended to race in next weekends giant
slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. With his second-place finish, Svindal
extended his lead in the super-G standings over Switzerlands Didier Cuche, who
finished sixth. Svindal leads Cuche by 42 points with one race remaining at the
World Cup finals in Schladming, Austria. “Its looking good, but it isnt over. I
will have to make sure to ski well in the next (super-G) race,” Svindal said. In
the overall World Cup standings, Feuz climbed to 1,250 points with the
third-place finish, extending his lead over second-placed Marcel Hirscher to 115
points. The Austrian technical specialist did not take part in the super-G.
Croatian Ivica Kostelic, also not racing here as he recovers from a knee injury,
is third, 207 points behind Feuz. Svindal, fourth on 999 points, said he does
not think he can challenge for the overall title. “Feuz and Hirscher are too far
ahead already, I think,” he said. The Norwegian also took delight in his
countrys triumph. “A double-win for Norway, its not every day that you see
that,” said Svindal. “And usually its two Norwegians in the starting field.” ’ ’

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