Paris won in Quitfjell, Jansrud ended his career

Italian skier Dominik Paris is the winner of today’s downhill race as part of the World Cup in Quitfell, the race that was the last in his career for Norwegian Kjetil Jansrud. which took second place.

The third place was shared by the Swiss Beat Foitz and Nils Hinterman with 81 percent behind the winner.

In the race for the small Crystal Globe in the downhill, Kilde leads with 23 points ahead of Fojac, while the third Austrian is Matthias Meyer with 468 points.

Austrian Marko Odermat is first in the general classification of the World Cup with 1,236 points, Kilde is second with 950, while Mayer is in third place with 776 points.

Norwegian Kjetil Jansrud, who drove his last race in his career, also marked the race in Quitfjell.

This was his 358th race of his career. The 36-year-old Norwegian recorded 23 victories in the World Cup and won eight medals in major competitions, five at the Olympic Games and three at the World Championships.

Tomorrow is in Kvitfjell on the super-giant slalom program.

By Editor

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