Alpine Skiing / World Cup. Tessa Worley conquered the United States

Alpine Skiing / World Cup.  Tessa Worley conquered the United States

The giant return

In Solton (Austria, 8) it took more than a month between the opening legendse ), Oct. 23, and Gillington, Saturday. “At Solden, technically, I saw that it was good,” explains Grand Pornand skier after training at Copper Mountain in the United States. “I no longer have to think about setting things up: now, you have to be committed. This is what I worked for at Copper, not to be in reflection anymore, but to be active. . “

He will be able to apply these policies starting this Saturday on the Vermont track he won in 2016.

The back to be treated

Hot-Savoyarde, the dual world champion in discipline (2013, 2017), is still stuck in the back. “I had to focus on training and ski less days than I expected, so it wouldn’t stop, but it’s not worrying,” the 32-year-old captain of the France team explains. “It’s hard for me to break it, it’s hard for me to accept it. I want to do more, but I need to learn to do more with quality than quantity, and I need to listen. “

In his thoughts Super G

At Copper Mountain, La Porontaine trained for speed, including a downhill session, to prepare for his Super-G season. After Killington, his next date is set for Super-Ji next week on December 5 in Lake Louis, Canada. “In Copper, it was a great downhill track that allows you to know the speed and jumps. I can not wait until the speed season starts.”

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