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Cuche disappoints in World Cup Super-G

Swiss skier Didier Cuche on his way to his seventh place finish

(Keystone)

Switzerland's Didier Cuche was the country's best performing skier on Sunday in a World Cup Super-G event at the Canadian resort of Lake Louise. But, he only managed a seventh place finish in a race dominated by Austria's 'Herminat

Cuche finished the race with a time of 1:30:51, nearly one minute slower than Hermann Maier's triumphant 1:29:53. Norway's Lasse Kjuss clinched a podium-finish for the second day in a row, placing second (1:30:25).

On Saturday, Switzerland's Silvano Beltrametti did his country proud with a second-place finish in a World Cup downhill race - also held in Lake Louise - that was won by Austria's Stephan Eberharter. Kjuss finished third.

However, Beltrametti was clearly no longer in top form on Sunday, placing a disappointing 15th in the downhill. Compatriot Steve Locher finished close behind in 16th position.

Other Swiss skiers, Paul Accola, Bruno Kerner and Franco Cavegn, placed 21st, 24th and 26th respectively.

swissinfo with agencies




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