- Associated Press - Sunday, November 27, 2016

KILLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - The first East Coast World Cup skiing event in decades is wrapping up in Vermont.

The two-day event that includes the women’s giant slalom and slalom ends Sunday at Killington. The races are the first World Cup races to be held in the Eastern United States in 25 years and the first to be held in Vermont in 38 years.

On Saturday, Tessa Worley of France won the giant slalom, her ninth giant slalom World Cup victory, but her first since a knee injury three years ago. Norway’s Nina Loeseth finished second, followed by Sofia Goggia of Italy.


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