Federica Brignone triumphs in the Tremblant giant slalom
Vita Gazette – Federica Brignone won the giant slalom women’s ski world cup in Mont Tremblant, Canada.
Federica Brignone celebrates the victory. Slovakian Petra Vlhova came second, and American Mikaela Shiffrin third.
The competition took place at just 600 meters above sea level in the mountain resort preferred by the inhabitants of Montreal, which entered the World Cup circuit for the first time. Brignone wins the Tremblant giant slalom, valid for the 2023-2024 women’s Alpine skiing World Cup. The Valle d’Aosta completes two truly impeccable heats and achieves success on the Quebec track, number 22 of her glorious career, lining up a series of rivals who have tried everything to put the triumph of the winner of the Sphere of Crystal0 2020.
Federica Brignone closed her race with an overall time of 2:14.95 (1:06.50 in the first heat, best time and 1:08.45 in the second) ahead of Petra Vlhova by 21 hundredths and Mikaela Shiffrin by 29, who completed the podium. Sara Hector was fourth at 56 cents, fifth Lara Gut-Behrami at 59, sixth Marta Bassino at 1.04 ahead of Sofia Goggia, and seventh at 1.62.