Goggia


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Gog·gi·a

(gō'jah),
Carlo P., 20th-century Italian physician. See: Goggia sign.
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Elsewhere, Lindsey Vonn described Sofia Goggia as "untouchable" after the Italian won women's downhill gold.
Goggia, the World Cup series leader this season, won by 0.
She said she would turn down a trip to the White House if she won gold, but that went to Italy's Sofia Goggia.
Over coffee last November at Lindsey Vonn's home in Colorado, Sofia Goggia of Italy asked her friend for some advice.
Italian hearts embraced Sofia Goggia on Wednesday after a golden run down a slice of South Korean mountainside won her nation its first women's downhill Olympic title.
Goggia won the women's downhill Wednesday at Jeongseon Alpine Center and Vonn earned bronze.
Italy's Sofia Goggia took the gold, with Norway's Ragnhild Mowinckel taking the silver.
Vonn, the downhill champion in Vancouver in 2010, is odds-on to regain her crown but is worth taking on with Italy's SOFIA GOGGIA.
Italy will be spearheaded by Soffia Goggia, accompanied by Federica Brignone, Marta Bassino and Manuela Moelgg.
Lyston, James Nalitz, Jennifer Cortese; Jekyll + Hyde, United States, Canada, 2006, producers: Nick Stillwell, David Court, Ean Thorley, Paolo Bugliari Goggia, Sandra S.
Italy's Sofia Goggia, who edged Vonn to win the only World Cup downhill ever raced on this track in March, called Ledecka's double duty "one of the coolest things in the whole Olympics.
In a similar scenario to Saturday's race, Vonn beat Sofia Goggia for the win.