The Gran Risa race, held in Alta Badia (Italy), is one, if not, the most exciting and toughest Giant Slalom race of the whole FIS Alpine Ski World Cup championship. Over 60 athletes compete to make it in the Top-30 and qualify for the second run, where championship points are awarded. Frenchman Alexis Pinturault won for the first time the race held in Alta Badia and managed to tie with legend Alberto Tomba for the most Giant Slalom races won in their careers.
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