Italy’s Dominik Paris won the men’s declining race in Bormio for the 6th time on Tuesday in front of Swiss Marco Odermatt who takes the general World Cup.
The 32-year-old Paris ruled the race down the frigid Stelvio piste in northern Italy to complete 0.24 sec in front of Odermatt with Swiss Niels Hintermann third at 0.80.
Odermatt’s first platform finish in the declining expands his lead in the general World Cup standings to 286 focuses on Austrian Matthias Mayer, who completed twelfth on the day, with two Super-G races on Wednesday and Thursday.
In the interim Paris added to his noteworthy run of triumphs in the Lombardy ski resort later successes in 2012, 2017, 2018 and two times in 2019. No skier has dominated a declining race on similar piste as commonly.
Paris has passed up a great opportunity only once on the Stelvio, completing fourth last year as he made his rebound following cracked tendons in his right knee.
For Paris it was the sixteenth World Cup downhill triumph of his vocation.
Odermatt proceeded with his rankling structure in front of the Winter Olympics in Beijing, scoring up a seventh platform in ten races up until this point this season.