Slovenka Vlhov defeated Shiffrin in Paralympic Slalom in Oslo

Slovenian Petra Vlhov and Rakuan Marco Schwarz won a parallel slalom in Oslo.

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Slovensk Lyaka Petra Vlhov defeated Mikael Shiffrin in the final of the Paralympic Slalom of the World Cup in Oslo, after five consecutive wins for slalom for the first time in the season. The race was raked by Rakuan Marco Schwarz and celebrated the first triumph in Karie.

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Wolves in the 5th slalom of the season ended with a sort behind Shiffrin, last Saturday in Semmering, but she was on Holmenkollen. The leader of the World Cup beat the Slovakian on the course at the ticket office of the jumping tower in both races and hoped for victory in Karie. Winner of Wendy Holdenerov won the final.

The first victory in the SP came in the new calendar year of the Austrian slalom Schwarz, only in the final overtaken Dave Ryding. Twice-year-old Anglian was able to take the British prize in Muslim alpsky, but did not complete the second Finnish race in the team's efforts.

Although Ryding was a valuable hunter in the form of a SP resume and a phenomenal slalom by Marcel Hirscher from Austria, he beat him in the quarterfinals. Tet msto occupied by vcar Ramon Zenhusern.

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