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).
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).
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