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World Cup events threatened by weather

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Heavy snowfall at Cortina d’Ampezzo (Italy) has forced organisers to cancel training for the women's Downhill World Cup today, for a second day in a row. It is hoped that training can be held on Friday, before Saturday's Downhill. The Super-g scheduled for Friday, to replace the one cancelled in Aspen in December, has been called off and now pencilled in for Monday. However , hopefully Sunday's originally scheduled Super-g is to go ahead as planned. ...

In Kitzbuehel, Austria, organisers called off Thursday's men's third Downhill training session to protect the Hahnenkamm course. Weather forecasts for the weekend, starting with Friday's World Cup Super-g and Saturday's Downhill and Slalom on Sunday are not favourable.

The first two training sessions on the Downhill run had already claimed a number of victims. On Tuesday, Czech Ondrej Bank suffered a double leg fracture after a spectacular crash, while Austrian Patrick Hinterseer broke his sixth and seventh thoracic vertebra. On Wednesday, Austria's Andreas Buder suffered a fractured leg in a heavy crash, while Marco Sullivan (US) crashed badly, but escaped injury.

Sources: and,training-called-off-as-weather-threatens-world-cup-events.html and
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