Janka wins World Cup giant slalom in France
VAL D'ISERE, France -- Ted Ligety couldn't see his way to a fifth straight podium finish in World Cup giant slalom.
Battling changing snow and poor visibility, the U.S. skier finished 12th behind winner Carlo Janka of Switzerland on Saturday.
"It was so bumpy you just couldn't see anything. You had to feel your way down," Ligety said. "I was trying hard to go harder, but I just couldn't allow myself to do that when it's like that."
Janka finished in a two-run time of 2 minutes, ...
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