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Bohnacker and Serwa win ski cross events in France

The Associated Press

L’ALPE D’HUEZ, France – Daniel Bohnacker of Germany and Kelsey Serwa of Canada won ski cross events at a freestyle skiing World Cup meet Wednesday.

In the men’s competition, Bohnacker earned his first career World Cup win by finishing ahead of Austrians Andreas Matt and Patrick Koller.

The 20-year-old Bohnacker had never been on the podium before in a World Cup event.

Serwa earned her first victory of the season and fourth overall in the women’s event, with Fanny Smith of Switzerland finishing second ahead of Canadian Ashleigh McIvor.

Wednesday’s Freestyle World Cup Results

At L’Alpe d’Huez, France

Ski Cross

Men

Final

1. Daniel Bohnacker, Germany.

2. Andreas Matt, Austria.

3. Patrick Koller, Austria.

4. Conradign Netzer, Switzerland.

Consolation Round

5. Christopher Delbosco, Canada.

6. Jouni Pellinen, Finland.

7. Simon Stickl, Germany.

8. Nick Zoricic, Canada.

Also

34. John Teller, United States, qualification.

51. Patrick Duran, United States, qualification.

56. Jean Christophe Rudigoz, United States, qualification.

World Cup Ski Cross Standings

(After four of 11 events)

1. Andreas Matt, Austria, 239 points.

2. Nick Zoricic, Canada, 194.

3. John Teller, United States, 170 points.

4. Jouni Pellinen, Finland, 154.

5. Patrick Gasser, Switzerland, 150.

Also

34. Patrick Duran, United States, 11.

Women

Final

1. Kelsey Serwa, Canada.

2. Fanny Smith, Switzerland.

3. Ashleigh McIvor, Canada.

4. Heidi Zacher, Germany.

Consolation Round

5. Ophelie David, France.

6. Katrin Mueller, Switzerland.

7. Katrin Ofner, Austria.

8. Marielle Thompson, Canada.

World Cup Ski Cross Standings

(After four of 11 events)

1. Heidi Zacher, Germany, 260 points.

2. Kelsey Serwa, Canada, 249.

3. Fanny Smith, Switzerland, 247.

4. Ashleigh McIvor, Canada, 176.

5. Anna Holmlund, Sweden, 172.


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