October 20, 2020

Beat Feuz dominates and wins the descent of the Lauberhorn in Wengen for the third time

Alpine Skiing World Cup. The Swiss wins before his audience in a legendary event.

Winning in front of your audience, on a legendary track, on a beautiful sunny day, is the best thing to do. Beat Feuz had the honor of winning the legendary Lauberhorn downhill ahead of Dominik Paris and Thomas Dressen in Wengen today.

Beat Feuz (SUI) wins Wengen’s descent for the third time. The Swiss speed skier returns to dominate the descent of Lauberhorn and gets his tenth victory in the World Cup of this discipline. His third win at Wengen follows his previous victories in 2012 and 2018.

The local hero skied to the limit without making any mistakes and was rewarded with the position of leader against Dominik Paris (ITA). The Italian, after winning the last two descents (both in Bormio), once again demonstrated his world-class skills and great fitness, finishing at + 0.29s of the Swiss.

Thomas Dressen (GER) has stayed at 0.02 s of second place and celebrates his third podium of the season, the second in decline and the first top 3 of his career in Wengen.


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