World champ Lara Gut-Behrami has won the very first huge slalom in this World Cup winter season.
The 31-year-old Swiss lady prevailed in the American Killing ton in front of Marta Passino (+ 0.07 seconds) from Italy.


Olympic champ Sara Hector drove in third place with 0.20 seconds behind.
For Gut-Behrami it was the 35th World Cup success of her profession.
Ski superstar and regional hero Mikaela Shirin took 13th location after her double success in Levi last weekend. The 2 German starter Jessica Dillinger and Marlene Schmitz clearly missed the very best 30.
Schmitz guaranteed a curious circumstance when she activated the time measurement with her stick, so she ranks third.

A slalom is on the program in Killing ton on Sunday.
Lena Burr wishes for her very first podium of the season.
The huge slalom in the ticker…