The Slalom, the last ladies race in St. Moritz, took place in dream conditions, and was emotional. The World Alpine Combined champion, Wendy Holdener from Schwyz (23 years old) delivered two fantastic heats and took silver, her 2nd medal and the 7th for Switzerland. Supersonic, phenomenal, American Mikaella Shiffrin dominated at each stage of the competition. She takes her 3rd World gold (after Schladming in 2013 and Vail/Beaver Creek in 2015). The bronze went to Sweden’s Frida Hansdotter. The other Swiss placed: 9th, Denise Feierabend, who made a wonderful comeback in the second heat. 21st, Michelle Gisin, who made a serious mistake on the wall, and therefore moved down considerably in the rankings. As for Mélanie Meillard, she was eliminated in the first heat, a few gates from the finish line. The girls have now finished their World Championships, and will be back for the World Cup, which has its next heat in Crans-Montana. On the programme : Friday > Alpine Combined. Saturday> Super-G. Sunday > Alpine Combined. Our sincere congratulations to all for your splendid performance and your exploits over the past two weeks. We look forward to welcoming you to the Valais Haut-Plateau.