Aksel lund svindal e julia mancuso dating
Saturday’s hero in the Men’s Downhill at this year’s World Championships now stands at 20-5-1 compared to Aamodt’s outstanding 21-5-4, but as the now-retired Aamodt himself said: “He’s only 30.He can be on top for another four or five years.” Aamodt thinks Svindal can win more medals than he and fellow retired star Lasse Kjus won together.The Norwegian was overall World Cup champion in 20, suffering a nasty injury in between, and has been World Cup super-G champion on five occasions, downhill twice, combined once and giant slalom once.He failed to win an Olympic medal in Turin in 2006 or Sochi in 2014, but Vancouver saw Svindal claim gold in the super-G, silver in the downhill and bronze in the giant slalom.","size":[300,600],"partner Id":"Index Exchange Htb"}]},"page":}; } if (typeof HBKEYVALUES ! = null) ADTECH.= ; ADTECH.config.placements[' = ; ADTECH.enqueue Ad(' ADTECH.execute Queue(); } if (window.headertag != undefined) else } --Svindal has an Olympic gold medal to his name, the super-G at the 2010 Games in Vancouver, but also boasts a string of World Championship and World Cup victories on his CV.Aksel Lund Svindal is the greatest alpine skier in Norway.
He rebounded the following month, however, finishing second overall in the World Cup.He suffered a severe abdominal injury and fractures to his face and did not ski competitively for 11 months.At the 2009 world championships Svindal took the gold in the super combined and the bronze in the super-G; he then completed his remarkable comeback season at Åre, Sweden, in March 2009, narrowly winning the overall World Cup title over his closest rival, Benjamin Raich of Austria.We also join him in Argentina to get an exclusive insight into the Norwegian National alpine team, a team that is permanent rivalry with Switzerland and Austria.