Women's World Cup Giant Slalom Results

KILLINGTON, Vermont (AP) " Results Saturday in the World Cup women's giant slalom:

1. Tessa Worley, France, 1:59.26 (59.56-59.70).

2. Nina Loeseth, Norway, 2:00.06 (59.47-1:00.59).

3. Sofia Goggia, Italy, 2:00.37 (1:01.44-58.93).

4. Marta Bassino, Italy, 2:00.39 (1:00.50-59.89).

5. Mikaela Shiffrin, United States, 2:00.50 (1:00.62-59.88).

6. Ana Drev, Slovenia, 2:00.66 (1:00.56-1:00.10).

7. Francesca Marsaglia, Italy, 2:01.00 (1:01.43-59.57).

8. Federica Brignone, Italy, 2:01.18 (1:00.11-1:01.07).

9. Irene Curtoni, Italy, 2:01.30 (1:01.38-59.92).

10. Adeline Baud Mugnier, France, 2:01.41 (1:01.84-59.57).

11. Ragnhild Mowinckel, Norway, 2:01.58 (1:01.73-59.85).

12. Tina Weirather, Liechtenstein, 2:01.70 (1:01.14-1:00.56).

13. Petra Vlhova, Slovakia, 2:01.75 (1:02.32-59.43).

14. Frida Hansdotter, Sweden, 2:02.06 (1:01.00-1:01.06).

15. Simone Wild, Switzerland, 2:02.10 (1:02.59-59.51).

16. Elena Curtoni, Italy, 2:02.11 (1:01.80-1:00.31).

16. Michaela Kirchgasser, Austria, 2:02.11 (1:01.58-1:00.53).

18. Wendy Holdener, Switzerland, 2:02.13 (1:02.64-59.49).

19. Viktoria Rebensburg, Germany, 2:02.41 (1:00.47-1:01.94).

20. Manuela Moelgg, Italy, 2:02.54 (1:02.92-59.62).

21. Alexandra Tilley, Britain, 2:02.83 (1:03.12-59.71).

22. Anne-Sophie Barthet, France, 2:03.02 (1:02.98-1:00.04).

23. Nadia Fanchini, Italy, 2:03.07 (1:02.97-1:00.10).

24. Valerie Grenier, Canada, 2:03.42 (1:03.72-59.70).

25. Katharina Truppe, Austria, 2:03.59 (1:02.90-1:00.69).

26. Emi Hasegawa, Japan, 2:04.56 (1:03.72-1:00.84).

27. Candace Crawford, Canada, 2:06.73 (1:03.72-1:03.01).

1. Tessa Worley, France, 140 Points.

2. Mikaela Shiffrin, United States, 125.

3. Marta Bassino, Italy, 110.

4. Sofia Goggia, Italy, 105.

5. Lara Gut, Switzerland, 100.

6. Nina Loeseth, Norway, 83.

7. Ana Drev, Slovenia, 66.

8. Federica Brignone, Italy, 61.

9. Petra Vlhova, Slovakia, 52.

10. Michaela Kirchgasser, Austria, 51.

1. Mikaela Shiffrin, United States, 225.

2. Tessa Worley, France, 140.

3. Nina Loeseth, Norway, 115.

4. Petra Vlhova, Slovakia, 112.

5. Marta Bassino, Italy, 110.

6. Wendy Holdener, Switzerland, 108.

7. Sofia Goggia, Italy, 105.

8. Lara Gut, Switzerland, 100.

9. Michaela Kirchgasser, Austria, 69.

10. Ana Drev, Slovenia, 66.

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