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n top of a World Cup podium again.She captured a giant slalom Saturday in Vermont -- unfamiliar territory on the World Cup circu Antworten

KILLINGTON, Vt. -- Tessa Worley of France was on top of a World Cup podium again.She captured a giant slalom Saturday in Vermont -- unfamiliar territory on the World Cup circuit -- and was a winner for the first time since a knee injury three years ago.The tough part was to get back the spirit of the races, and to be able to give everything, and to do my best skiing during races, she said.Worley won in 1 minute, 59.26 seconds. She was 0.80 seconds ahead of Norways Nina Loeseth, who led by 0.09 seconds after the first run. It was Worleys ninth giant slalom World Cup victory but first since the injury in 2013.Sofia Goggia of Italy was third in 2:00.37, charging from 14th place with the fastest second run. Marta Bassino of Italy was fourth in 2:00.39.Vermont last held a World Cup race in 1978, at Stratton Mountain, and this was the first for Killington. Mikaela Shiffrin, runner-up in the season-opening giant slalom in Austria, had plenty of fans in her corner on the Superstar trail but could do no better than fifth.The Olympic champion attended Burke Mountain Academy in northern Vermont. She skied well in the first half of her second run but lost time near the bottom of the bottom of the course. She remained the overall World Cup leader, with 225 points to 140 for Worley.A day earlier, Shriffin said she enjoyed no advantage over the field because she had never skied on Superstar. But all her years as an East Coast skier, with dozens of training runs in rain and ice, had toughened her up.Swiss star Lara Gut, who won the seasons first giant slalom, was among 13 skiers who failed to finish the first run. She caught an edge early in her run and skied out.Worley was adroit in handling a day of tough conditions. There was fog, snow squalls, a challenging surface and a 45-minute delay to the first-run start. She drew off the crowd of some 15,000, one of the biggest for an Alpine race in the U.S.I was really surprised, she said. We were hearing about maybe 5,000 people, and actually it was three times more. You could feel the energy and I really like racing in those conditions.The race took place under overcast skies, with fog moving in and out, particularly during the second run. The fog had lifted and the wind was blowing snow showers across the slope as the top skiers pushed out for their second runs.This was Goggias first top-three finish, and she didnt expect to be on the podium after her rough first run. But one of her coaches told her to use less of her brain, and she took to the advice. She decided to just ski her best and see what happened.The crowd at Killington Resort filled the grandstands and a VIP tent near the finish area, with spectators flowing up the side of the race hill. Among them were about 1,000 junior ski racers from programs across Vermont. 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After slipping from the summit during the week, the Gunners overcame struggling Crystal Palace 2-0 on Sunday thanks to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlains second-half brace. GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida coach Jim McElwain shook his head, let out a gasp and then reeled off some key numbers as he expressed disbelief that anyone would think the Gators tried to dodge playing LSU last weekend because of Hurricane Matthew.Nineteen deaths, 2.5 million people without power, families in dire needs, McElwain said Monday. Obviously, they dont know me, they dont know the Florida Gators, they dont know our players. Dodging the game? Wow. ... How anybody could even think that way is beyond me.The 18th-ranked Gators had been scheduled to host the Tigers on Saturday, but the Southeastern Conference postponed the game indefinitely Thursday. No makeup date has been announced.The way it played out caused angst at both schools.Florida created a stir by taking the lead Wednesday and saying the game would be played in Gainesville regardless. LSU responded by making it clear it did everything possible to play the game, offering to play in Baton Rouge or fly in and out of Gainesville on Sunday.The Gators declined both offers, saying it was too difficult to plan a road trip on short notice and there was too much uncertainty about playing in Gainesville after the hurricane wreaked havoc on the states coastline.Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley got the brunt of the criticism, with some saying he slow-played SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey so the banged-up Gators could get extra time to heal.It just shocks me that someone could actually think that way, McElwain said. There isnt much thought that goes behind it to me that somebody would actually think that. And knowing us, thats pretty crazy to me.Florida (4-1, 2-1 SEC) has made it clear that it wants to keep playing the annual series with LSU (3-2, 2-1). The Tigers, meanwhile, have talked repeatedly in recent years about eliminating the Gators as their annual SEC East opponent.The teams have played every year since 1971. Its unclear whether the streak will continue in 2016.Sankey said Saturday that the schools need to find a way to come together to play a football gamme and find the best way to do that.ddddddddddddNov. 19 works best for Florida.The Tigers and Gators each play nonconference games at home that Saturday and would need to buy out those opponents, South Alabama for LSU and Presbyterian for Florida. The Tigers would be on the hook for $1.5 million to South Alabama, and the Gators would have to pay $500,000 to Presbyterian of the Football Championship Subdivision.Doing that would mean the Tigers would lose a home game (and the $3 million it generates) and end the regular season with three consecutive road games in a 13-day span -- against Arkansas (Nov. 12), Florida (Nov. 19) and Texas A&M (Nov. 24). LSU athletic director Joe Alleva was adamant Monday that wont happen.One thing were going to hold very firm on is we have a home game on Nov. 19 and were going to have a home game on Nov. 19, Alleva said. Were not going to change that situation.Alleva said he spoke with Sankey over the weekend regarding rescheduling options. Alleva suggested Oct. 29 and Dec. 3, but those dates would require moving the Florida-Georgia game in Jacksonville or moving the SEC title game in Atlanta. 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