Foz.Solevag, the winner of the slalom in Madonna di Campiglio, Noel fell in front of the finish line

Norwegian skier Sebastian Fos-Solevag won the slalom race tonight, which was run as part of the World Cup in Madonna di Campiglio, Italy.

The current world slalom champion came to victory with a total time of 1: 34.59 minutes.

Leading after the first run, the Frenchman Clement Noel had a great advantage over the Norwegian, but he missed the last gate, and thus was left without a place in the second run.

The second race was finished by the French skier Alexi Panturo with a lag of 0.10 seconds, while the Swede Christopher Jakobsen was 0.01 seconds behind him.

Fos-Solevag and Jakobsen are in first place in the slalom standings with 140 points, and Noel is third with 100 points.

There were no changes in the general classification of the World Cup, the Swiss Marko Odermat leads with 633 points, the Austrian Matthias Meyer is second with 405, and the third is Norwegian Alexander Omot Kilde with 329 points.

The World Cup continues with the descent to Bormio, on December 28.

By Editor

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