Looking forward to seeing this wonderful Ladies Swiss team in Crans-Montana

The Audi FIS World Cup 2015/16 season finished on Sunday 20th March, last day of magnificent finals that were held in St. Moritz.

The Organising Committee of the Ladies ski World Cup in Crans-Montana joyously congratulates the Swiss team, its devout trainers and accompanying members, for the splendid outcome that went beyond all expectations. The small team, with its three leaders Lara Gut, Wendy Holdener and Fabienne Suter, finally made it 23 times to the podium - the best results since 1994/1995 (same numbers).

The big crystal globe and two small ones in Swiss hands

Lara Gut won the overall with 1522 points ahead of Lindsey Vonn (USA/1235) and Viktoria Rebensburg (GER/1147).

The skier from Ticino (24 years old) completed her collection with a small globe for the Super-G that she won with 481 points ahead of Tina Weirather (LIE/436) and Lindsey Vonn (420). 

With the final rankings of the Giant Slalom, she finished 3rd with 472 points behind Viktoria Rebensburg (590) and Eva-Maria Brem (AUT/592).

With the final outcome of the Alpine Combined, she finishes 2nd place with 160 points behind Wendy Holdener (198) and ahead of Michaela Kirchgasser (AUT/153).

This season, Lara obtained a total of 13 podiums (6 x 1st, 4 x 2nd et 3 x 3rd)!

Wendy Holdener won the crystal globe of the Alpine Combined with 198 points ahead of Lara Gut (160) and Michaela Kirchgasser (150).

In the final ranking of the Slalom, the lady from Canton Schwyz (22 years old) finishes 3rd with 561 points behind Veronika Velez Zuzulova (SVK/ 626) and Frida Hansdotter (SWE/711).

This season, Wendy placed herself twelfe times in the top ten, of which five podiums (2 x 1st and 3 x 2nd).

In the overall, she finished 6th with 817 points.

Fabienne Suter finished 2nd in the final rankings of the Downhill behind Lindsey Vonn (580) and ahead of Larisa Yurkiw (CAN/407).

This season, Fabienne placed herself ten times in the top ten, of which five podiums ( 5 x 2nd).

In the overall, the lady from Canton Schwyz (31 years old), she finished 10th with 648 points.

Crans-Montana is already excited to see this great team, third in the World Cup of Nations ranking, Ladies, with 4055 points behind Italy (4198) and Austria (4727), for the World Cup events in 2017 which will have a Super-G (25.2) and an Alpine Combined (26.02.).

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