Tessa Worley Wins 3rd World Cup Giant Slalom


Tessa Worley of France won her third straight women’s World Cup giant Slalom on Tuesday.

Worley finished her two runs on the Panorama course in a combined time of 2 minutes, 9.66 seconds.

Second-place Maria Riesch, who lost by just .62 seconds, overtook Lindsey Vonn at the top of the overall standings. Vonn, the three-time overall World Cup champion, finished seventh.

Worley is two consecutive wins away from the record held by Anja Paerson, who won five GS races in a row in 2004.

Love these strong female athletes!



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