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Eagle celebrates third consecutive win in Whistler

Madeline Eagle continued her successful World Cup run at Whistler Mountain and also won her third race of the season. The 24-year-old Tyrolean won the women’s singles on Friday (local time) ahead of German four Julia Tobitz (+0.024), Merle Frebel (0.045), Dagana Itberger (0.135) and Anna Bereter (0.195). Lisa Schulte was eighth (0.331). Hannah Brooke was fourteenth (. 540), while Selina Eagle was twenty-first (. 809).

Emily Sweeney (USA), Madeline Eagle (Australia) and Julia Tobitz (Germany)

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Wolfgang Kindl had previously placed second in the men’s singles. The 34-year-old from Tyrol was only beaten by Germany’s Felix Loch by 0.034 seconds. Third, Dominik Fischnalr of Italy was 0.070 seconds behind. Jonas Müller (+0.328) and Nico Gleicher (0.440) finished sixth and seventh.

In the World Cup as a whole, Eagle has a maximum lead of 300 points ahead of Tobitz (225) and American Emily Sweeney (206). With a total of 255 points, Kendall is ahead of number one winner Eagles Glacier (246) and Fischaller (195).

single ladies:
1. Madeline Eagle AUT 1:17,137
2. Julia Tobitz M +0.024
3. Merle Fribel M 0.045
4. Dagana Eitberger M 0.135
5. Anna Pereter M 0.195
6. Andrea Futter He. She 0.262
VIII. Lisa Schulte AUT 0.331
14 Hannah Brooke AUT 0.540
21 Selina Eagle AUT 0.809
Men’s singles:
1. Felix hole M 1:39,619*
2. Wolfgang Kindle AUT +0.034
3. Dominic Fischner He. She 0.070
4. Christers Apartgoods no 0.248
5. Tucker West United State 0.295
6. Jonas Mueller AUT 0.328
7. Nico Gleicher AUT 0.440
20 David Gleicher AUT 1992

* Fiftieth World Cup victory

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