Skiing: Paris wins Garmisch downhill

(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 5 – Italy’s Dominik Paris won Friday’s
World Cup downhill at Garmisch, the last race before the Cortina
skiing world championships.
    Switzerland’s Beat Feuz and Austrian Matthias Mayer complete the
medal podium.
    It is the 19th World Cup win and his 39th podium for Paris, the
reigning world champion in the super-G.
    Italy also notched fifth place on Friday thanks to Christof
Innerhofer, who had been the only Italian to triumph in the
men’s downhill Garmisch thanks to his victory in 2013. (ANSA).
   

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