Goggia


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Gog·gi·a

(gō'jah),
Carlo P., 20th-century Italian physician. See: Goggia sign.
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OLYMPIC champion Sofia Goggia marked up a belated first World Cup win of the season in Saturday's downhill at Crans-Montana in Switzerland, although a major timing malfunction angered the 26-year-old who was forced to wait several minutes at the start gate.
Osaka beat Ana Carrasco (motor cycling), Sofia Goggia (skiing), Jakob Ingebrigtsen (athletics), Geraint Thomas (cycling) and Brianna Williams (athletics) to claim the award.
Also missing from the blue riband event, and hence training, will be Vonn's teammate Mikaela Shiffrin, who claimed gold in the super-G, two-hundredths of a second ahead of Italy's reigning Olympic downhill champion Sofia Goggia.
Sofia Goggia, who took silver, clasped her helmet with both hands, and the crowd gasped.
Elsewhere, Lindsey Vonn described Sofia Goggia as "untouchable" after the Italian won women's downhill gold.
Goggia won by 0.09 seconds from Norway's Ragnhild Mowinckel as Vonn, of the United States, took bronze.
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.
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.