Lillehammer Slovakian Paralympian Henrietta Varkasova continues to win the World Championships in Lillehammer, Norway. After a downhill sovereign championship on Friday, the competition didn’t even give a chance in Saturday’s giant giant slalom and won her second gold medal in the ongoing championship.
A total of seventeen in her career and third in this discipline, when she was also the fastest at the 2017 World Championships in Tarvisio 2017 and Pyongyang 2009. The SPV reported this in a press release.
“I was doing really well today, although the track was pretty bumpy. I had to be careful not to disturb so we could keep up. We are looking forward to it, once again,Farkasova assessed her race, her mentor Michel Servi raising his hands above his head shortly after he crossed the finish line. “I felt it was fast and knew that on such a difficult and icy path the opponents would have something to do to beat us,” Red said. Farkas awaits four more matches in Norway – you’ll perform in a great mix on Monday, then you’ll have a mega slalom, slalom and finally a new game – parallel slalom.
Bronze for protection
The big fight was the men’s super giant slalom. France’s Deliblas finally won by 2,600 seconds over Austria’s Aigner, and Miroslav Haros took the bronze with mentor Maros Hodek (+3.07 s). “Even for Haraus, after the silver from the downhill, it was already the second medal at the ongoing world championships in Norway. Overall, it was third place in this discipline in the world championships, with all three taking a bronze luster,” Mentioned the press release of the Special Authority.
MA at Lillehammer
Super Giant Limp – Women – Visually Impaired: 1. Farkašová (SR, guide Červeň) 1: 11.80, 2. LeBonová (Belg, Couquelet) + 12.19, 3. Knightová (V. Brit., Brett) + 12.22
standing: 1. Voronchichenova (Russia) 1: 11.23, 2. Gipsnova (Canada) + 0.45, 3. Pochettova (France) + 0.57 … 8. Smarzova (real) + 12.83
Super Giant Limp – Men – Visually Impaired: 1. Deleplace (Fr., Giraux guide) 1: 05.79, 2. Aigner (Rak., Fleischmann) + 0.26, 3. Haraus (SR, Hudík) + 3.07, 5. Krako (SR, Brozman) + 3.81, 8. Kubačka (SR, Makovník) +12.40.40
standing: 1. Salcher (AUT) 1: 06.37, 2. Bugajev (RPC) + 1.39, 3. Gmuer (Switzerland) + 1.50 … 28. France (SR) + 11.36
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