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14.09.2018 15:26
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VAL GARDENA, Italy -- Max Franz stunned the field to win a World Cup downhill Saturday, ending Austrias 13-race drought in skiings signature event with his first career victory.Starting with the No. 26 bib after all of the favorites had already come down the Saslong course, Franz finished a slim 0.04 seconds ahead of Norwegian standout Aksel Lund Svindal and 0.41 in front of Val Gardena specialist Steven Nyman.The previous Austrian man to win a downhill was Hannes Reichelt in Kvitfjell, Norway, in March last year.Austria, once known as the sports Wunderteam for producing downhillers like Franz Klammer, Stephan Eberharter, Hermann Maier and Michael Walchhofer, didnt win a single downhill all of last season.Its a big relief, Franz said. We knew that all we needed was a little something and then the pressure would let up and now we can all ski without this external pressure.Matthias Mayer of Austria won the downhill at the 2014 Sochi Olympics but he had his season cut short last year with a horrific crash in Val Gardena, breaking two vertebrae. Having returned to action earlier this season, Mayer finished 17th Saturday.Franz also had injury problems last season, missing several races due to knee and ankle problems.Of course its an individual sport but this is going to help the entire team, Franz said in German through a translator.The 27-year-old Franzs previous best results were two runner-ups and one third-place.Svindal was already being interviewed as the presumed winner when Franz came down and made up a deficit in the final interval.Upon seeing his result, Franz whipped his poles around wildly while Svindal took his hat off and Nyman applauded.Svindal swept both the super-G and downhill in Val Gardena last season and was looking for his first victory since missing much of last season following a crash and knee injury in Kitzbuehel.Nyman, meanwhile, needed one more win to match Klammer and Italian standout Kristian Ghedina for a record fourth downhill win in Val Gardena.The highlights of the Saslong are the camel bumps, which launch skiers into the air for nearly 80 meters (90 yards), and the twisty and technical ciaslat section -- two areas that come right after another midway down. There are also numerous little bumps and jumps, providing constant air time.Svindal made a major error midway through his run, landing a jump far outside the race line, prompting him to brake to clear the next gate.You dont win races with mistakes, Svindal said. The other guys are too fast. ... I knew it wasnt really perfect.Nyman also struggled, sitting down on his skis while landing the bigger camel jump. Still, the American was able to regain his speed.I was just telling myself, `You got to keep pushing. The first thing in my mind was that the knees didnt pop so things are OK. Lets keep going, keep charging. Lets go, lets go, lets go, Nyman saidAll three of Nymans wins have come in Val Gardena.I cant not be happy about a podium, Nyman said. Im really happy to perform the way I did with a mistake.Adrien Theaux of France finished fourth and 2013 winner Erik Guay of Canada was fifth.In a strong day for the U.S. Ski Team, Travis Ganong came seventh and Bryce Bennett was eighth.Kjetil Jansrud, the Norwegian who had won the opening three speed races of the season -- including Fridays super-G on the Saslong, was only 12th.The men travel over the Gardena pass into Alta Badia for a giant slalom and a parallel slalom Sunday and Monday, respectively.---Andrew Dampf on Twitter: Cheap Jordans Wholesale . Kozun faked to the forehand and beat Monsters starter, Calvin Pickard, pad side in the second round for the winner. Spencer Abbott also scored in the shootout for the Marlies (25-13-4). Wholesale Jordans For Sale . Their 38th instalment is arguably their biggest fight card to date, including three-title fights and a main event which was selected by the fans. 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Kiriasis and brakeman Franziska Fritz finished two runs in one minute 55.41 seconds -- a mere 0.01 seconds ahead of Meyers and Lolo Jones, who likely bolstered her Olympic hopes by helping give USA-1 a huge push in the second heat.TORONTO -- Fresh from a weekend off and sporting player reinforcements, struggling Toronto FC returns to action Saturday against the visiting Columbus Crew. In recent days, Toronto has added Scottish defender Steven Caldwell, American midfielder Bobby Convey and New Zealand forward Jeremy Brockie. They join 21-year-old Argentine midfielder Matias Laba, who already has two league games under his belt. Caldwell, formerly of Birmingham City, is expected to start in central defence, possibly alongside Doneil Henry with captain Darren ODea shifted to left back and Ryan Richter at right back. Brockie and Convey could see action from the bench. Both teams need a change of fortune. Columbus (3-4-3) has lost its last two league matches and has just one win in its last six starts. Toronto (1-5-4) has lost four straight in all competitions during which it has been outscored 11-2. And it is suffering through an eight-game winless streak in MLS play. The struggling club has just two wins in 12 outings in all competitions this season and is 1-15-8 in its last 24 MLS matches dating back to July 28, 2012. "The next four games are massive now for us and theyre all against teams around us," ODea said of upcoming games against Columbus, New England, Philadelphia and D.C. United. "It starts with (Saturday). Its early in the season but it looks like a must-win game for us." "This team is going forward," said Welsh striker Robert Earnshaw. "Were not thinking about going sideways and thinking about whats happened in the last few weeks. Its about getting better all the time." Toronto has dropped nine points in six matches due to goals conceded after the 80th minute. In three instances, the goals came in stoppage time. Despite Torontos recent rocky road, manager Ryan Nelsen says the size of the challenge of remaking the franchise has not been as big as he expected. The coach says his club has been in almost every single game, save the season opener in Vancouver. "You could probably say we competed and were in the game or we could have won or drawn. I didnt think I would be able to say that after 10 games," said the former New Zealand international. "When I first came in, I knew it was a huge job.dddddddddddd But (look at) the improvements that these guys have made over a couple of months," he added. "And this takes time. When youve had seven years of mediocrity, its very hard to just flip it like a light switch." But asked if Toronto is a better team than the record suggests, ODea said no. "The table doesnt lie. You are where you are and thats it," said the Irish international. "But the confidence and self-belief in the team has to remain ... We just need to cut out stupid errors and well be higher up in the table. Both teams come into the game with injury problems. The Crew are missing stud defender Chad Marshall while midfielder/defender Danny ORourke and midfielder Agustin Viana are questionable. Columbus will also be without forward Jairo Arrieta, suspended for two games and fined an undisclosed amount by the league for violent conduct against Colorado Rapids defender Drew Moor in a May 11 game. Arrieta got a yellow card for a swinging arm that connected with Moors head. Toronto, meanwhile, is missing defenders Richard Eckersley, Logan Emory, Gale Agbossoumonde and Darel Russell, and midfielders Hogan Ephraim and Terry Dunfield. The good news is Dutch striker Danny Koevermans, a long-term injury absence after knee surgery, is due to take apart in a reserve match Saturday. Toronto will have excellent intel on the visitors given that former Crew assistant Duncan Oughton is now on Nelsens coaching staff. Nelsen says the revolving door on personnel moves will keep turning if the club can improve its roster. There has been talk of the signing of a designated player in midfield in the summer. "My job is to make this team better," the coach said. NOTES -- Columbus has never lost at BMO Field, posting a record of 1-0-5 there. Toronto has beaten the Crew just once in 16 career meetings, a 4-2 decision in September 2011 at Columbus Crew Stadium. TFCs all-time record against the Crew is 1-8-7 ... Saturdays game marks Italian Heritage Night ... Toronto FC has Brazilian centre back Gleason Pinto dos Santos on trial. Known as Santos, he has played in Brazil, Greece and Italy ... Ephraim has confirmed he will be returning to Queens Park Rangers. 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