French skier Tessa Worley leads the GS in Shiffrin’s absence
LIENZ, Austria (AP) – French skier Tessa Worley set the best time in the opening round of a women’s World Cup giant slalom on Tuesday in the absence of Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin and champion of the world Lara Gut-Behrami.
Running through flat fires on the Schlossberg course, Worley edged Sweden’s Sara Hector by 0.12 seconds. Six days ago, Hector won his first GS in seven years.
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