Lindsey finished fourth at the Super-G in St. Anton

In yesterday’s Super-G in St. Anton Lindsey skied to fourth and missed the podium by just a hundredth of a second. Tina Maze (SLO) won the race in 1:16:55, Anna Fenninger (AUT) was ranked second and Fabienne Suter (SUI) finished third.

Lindsey tore down the course and mastered the technically challenging part excellent, including a broad jump at the “Eisfall” section. Thus, she was going for her third World Cup Super-G win this season but at the end she missed the podium by only 0.01 seconds. After the race Lindsey said “I was a little disappointed to be one hundredth off the podium. But it was a solid performance. I definitely know where I can make up the time. On the bottom of the course I was a little passive. I wasn’t quite as clean as I should have been on some of the left footed turns. But in general my skiing was solid, I’m right there. I just need to be a little bit more aggressive. I’m excited to race in Cortina. This weekend every day was better building my confidence back up. Cortina is a place where I’ve had success in the past. I think by the time I get there I’ll be in a position to get back on the podium.”
The race weekend in St. Anton went well for Lindsey; her comeback was a solid performance – and the form curve obviously points upwards. Now the World Cup heads to Flachau/Austria for a night slalom on Tuesday. However, Lindsey will not take part as she is concentrating on the weekend of speed racing in Cortina/Italy.



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