GOOD RESULTS FOR TEAM ROSSIGNOL IN JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

27/Feb/2013

GOOD RESULTS FOR TEAM ROSSIGNOL IN JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

Junior World Championships are now over in Quebec. Team Rossignol comes back with 9 medals and especially one title of Junior World Champion for Jennifer Piot in Downhill. The French race wins ahead of Austrian’s Stephanie Venier and her teammate of Team Dynastar, Romane Miradoli. 10th of the Super G, Jenni Piot was very happy of her victory: “Contact is filled! I don’t believe it. I was very disappointed after the Super G. I’m now very happy because it’s not easy to win a title like this!

In the combined ranking (downhill + Giant Slalom + Slalom), Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) wins the gold medal like Ragnhild Mowinckel (NOR) also silver medallist in Giant Slalom. Adeline Baud, third of the slalom at the beginning of the Junior World Championships, takes the bronze medal.

For the men, Slovak’s Zan Kranjec goes up the third step of the podium in Giant Slalom like the last year in Roccaraso. He has taken two bronze medals in Giant Slalom and in Combined. In Slalom, Ramon Zenhäusern becomes silver medallist behind Austrian’s Manuel Feller and ahead of Santeri Paloniemi from Finland. “It’s incredible. I’m happy of my race because the conditions were difficults. We were a lot to claim a podium after the first run. I gave all, I took risks and it worked! This medal confirms my good shape and my good results this season”, explained the Swiss racer.

Medals for Team Rossignol
GOLD
Jennifer Piot (FRA) – Downhill
Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) – Combined
Ragnhild Mowinckel (NOR) – Combined

SILVER
Michelle Gisin (SUI) – Slalom
Adeline Baud (FRA) – Slalom
Ragnhid Mowinckel (NOR) – Giant Slalom
Ramon Zenhäusern (SUI) – Slalom

BRONZE
Zan Kranjec (SLO) – Giant Slalom
Adeline Baud (FRA) - Combined

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