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Topic - Mauro Pini
Two-time Olympic champion Tina Maze has added Italian coach Valerio Ghirardi to her team for the next World Cup season.
Defending overall World Cup champion Tina Maze finally got her first victory of the season, winning the prestigious Cortina downhill Saturday to signal a return to form just in time for the Sochi Olympics.
"It's only the last two or three gates on the final pitch that are slow," said Pini.
But he said it probably will be the softest downhill snow all season.