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Monday, 3 January 2011

Kostelić Wins In Munich At Parallel Slalom Race







(L-R) Julien Lizeroux from France, Croatia's Ivica Kostelić and Bode Miller of the U.S. pose after the men's Alpine Skiing World Cup parallel slalom in downtown Munich January 2, 2011. Kostelić won the event ahead of Lizeroux and Miller. Photo Credit: Michael Dalder, Reuters.




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Kostelić, Pietila-Holmner win slaloms



Croatia's Ivica Kostelić and Swede Maria Pietila-Holmner scored victories in the maiden parallel slalom here Sunday, an event reserved for the top 16 Alpine skiers in the World Cup.

Kostelić beat Frenchman Julien Lizeroux in the men's final, with Pietila-Holmner -- victorious in the slalom at Aspen in November -- comfortably vanquishing Tina Maze of Slovenia in the women's decider.




Footage of the very quick parallel slalom final in Munich.




Interviews and taking questions.





The event, which only counts toward the overall World Cup standings, gave a clear advantage to the most technical skiers in the field.

Furthermore, the one-on-one duals on a small hill adjacent to Munich's Olympic park had little impact on the World Cup hierarchy.





The men's winner Ivica Kostelić and Swede Maria Pietila-Holmner, winner of the women's parallel slalom.





Kostelić dominated his final against Lizeroux, who lost his grip on the contest in the final stages, with American Bode Miller taking third place.

Austria's Elisabeth Goergl completed the podium in the women's event.






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