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Alpine skiing: Frenchman Clément Noël wins the Schladming slalom

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Frenchman Clément Noël won the Schladming (Austria) slalom on Tuesday, January 24, counting for the Alpine Skiing World Cup, ahead of Swiss Ramon Zenhäusern and Norwegian Lucas Braathen.

The 25-year-old Olympic champion and gold medalist at the Beijing 2022 Games had only reached seventh place in the first round of this 2023 World Cup. On Tuesday, he managed to really let go in the second round. to sign his first victory this winter in the World Cup, and also the first for a Frenchman.

He leads Zenhäusern by 7/100 of a second, and Braathen by 38/100, for the tenth victory of his career.

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The World with AFP

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