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Alpine Skiing – WOMEN’S WORLD CUP SKIING

Alpine Skiing – WOMEN’S WORLD CUP SKIING

2012, Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing, after getting her first ever GS win this season, Vonn (USA) gets close to the podium again, finishing .03 seconds off the podium.

Lindsey Vonn

Olympic champion Lindsey Vonn collected two more medals over the weekend at the World Cup stop in Zauchensee, Austria. It was her seventh podium of the season, and Vonn made up more ground in the overall standings and continues to lead the super G standings.

2010-2011 Women’s World Cup Skiing Standings

January 9, 2011

(through 18 events)

       Skier, Country                         Overall Points
       --------------                         --------------
   1. Maria Riesch, Germany                        908
   2. Lindsey Vonn, United States                  797
   3. Elisabeth Goergl, Austria                    505
   4. Tanja Poutiainen, Finland                    480
   5. Marlies Schild, Austria                      431
   6. Tina Maze, Slovenia                          400
   7. Julia Mancuso, United States                 369
   8. Tessa Worley, France                         345
   9. Viktoria Rebensburg, Germany                 293
  10. Nicole Hosp, Austria                         279
  11. Anna Fenninger, Austria                      270
  12. Maria Pietilae-Holmner, Sweden               266
  13. Lara Gut, Switzerland                        262
  14. Anja Paerson, Sweden                         250
  15. Kathrin Hoelzl, Germany                      246
 t16. Andrea Fischbacher, Austria                  225
 t16. Dominique Gisin, Switzerland                 225
  18. Kathrin Zettel, Austria                      205
  19. Manuela Moelgg, Italy                        190
  20. Fabienne Suter, Switzerland                  184

      Other North Americans
      ---------------------
  28. Marie-Michele Gagnon, Canada                 131
  38. Sarah Schleper, United States                 73
 t43. Britt Janyk, Canada                           65
  45. Laurenne Ross, United States                  62
 t56. Leanne Smith, United States                   53
  59. Alice McKennis, United States                 50
 t76. Stacey Cook, United States                    23
  79. Chelsea Marshall, United States               22
  81. Eve Routhier, Canada                          20
 t86. Resi Stiegler, United States                  14
  91. Erin Mielzynski, Canada                       11
 t94. Anna Goodman, Canada                           8
  98. Marie-Pier Prefontaine, Canada                 7
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