Swiss skier Daniel Albrecht has gained his first podium place for the slalom, after coming second in the World Cup race in Bormio, Italy.This content was published on March 15, 2008 - 12:43
He came in 0.32 seconds behind the winner, Reinfried Herbst of Austria, on Saturday.
Albrecht's podium place comes in a discipline which has caused him problems this winter. After the first run, he was placed 10th but gained eight places with a speedy second round.
It is the 24-year-old's sixth top-three finish of his career.
The Italian, Manfred Mölgg, took the overall slalom title for this year, after finishing in 6th place.
Mölgg caught the slalom title leader, Frenchman Jean-Baptiste Grange, who had headed the rankings since mid-January after his victory in the Swiss resort of Wengen.
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