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Dominik Paris, Italian champion in Super G, closes the season of Alpine skiing 2012-2013


Sci alpino, Paris ends season with Italian Super-g title in Passo San Pellegrino. Cortella and Varettoni on podium


The track of Passo San Pellegrino continues to bring good fortune to Dominik Paris. The 24-year-old Forestry Commission Val d ’ Last, coming off a memorable season that saw him dominate in World Cup downhills in Bormio and Kitzbuehel and conquer a brilliant silver in the World Championships downhill in Schladming, won the men's Super-g to Passo San Pellegrino regaining the Championship tricolor after four years from the first and only to date title reached just in thirty. Paris (1’ 19″62) preceded by 34 cents Michele Cortella, 25enne veronese di Bardolino defending the colors of Gruppo Sportivo Forestale.

Silvano Varettoni completes the podium of the Gruppo Sportivo Forestale to 37 cents, which confirms the previous day's third downhill. Stays off the podium the financier Werner Heel, in fourth position with a delay of 65 cents from the winner.

ALBO D ’ MEN'S SUPER-G GOLD ITALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
2013 – 1. Dominik Paris 2. Michele Cortella 3. Silvano Varettoni
2012 – 1. Matteo Marsaglia 2. Peter Fill 3. Dominik Paris
2011 – 1. John Banbury 2. Matteo Marsaglia 3. Hagen Patscheider
2010 – 1. Patrick Staudacher 2. Michele Cortella 3. Aronne Pieruz
2009 – 1. Dominik Paris 2. Hagen Patscheider 3. Patrick Staudacher
2008 – 1. Aronne Pieruz 2. Patrick Staudacher 3. Werner Heel
2007 – cancelled
2006 – 1 Peter Fill 2. Walter Girardi 3. Christoph Innerhofer
2005 – 1. Patrick Staudacher 2. Peter Fill 3. Michael Gufler
2004 – 1. Werner Heel 2. Peter Fill 3. Patrick Staudacher
2003 – 1. Erik Seletto 2. Roland Fischnaller 3. Arnold Rieder
2002 – 1. Kristian Ghedina 2. Peter Fill 3. Patrick Staudacher
2001 – 1. Patrick Staudacher 2. Matteo Berbenni 3. Walter Girardi
2000 – 1. Kristian Ghedina 2. Michael Gufler 3. Steve G
1999 – 1. Maurizio Feller 2. Matteo Berbenni 3. Ivan Bormolini
1998 – 1. Ludwig Sprenger 2. Paul Lagos 3. Kristian Ghedina
1997 – 1. Peter Runggaldier 2. Luca Cattaneo 3. Kristian Ghedina
1996 – 1. Werner Perathoner 2. Peter Runggaldier 3. Alessandro Fattori
1995 – 1. Werner Perathoner 2. Peter Runggaldier 3. Kristian Ghedina
1994 – 1. Werner Perathoner 2. Maurizio Feller 3. Peter Runggaldier
1993 – 1. Werner Perathoner 2. Luigi Colturi 3. Peter Runggaldier and Pietro Vitalini
1992 – 1. Alberto Senigagliesi 2. Luigi Colturi 3. Heinz Holzer
1991 – 1. Peter Runggaldier 2. Alex Mair 3. Kristian Ghedina
1990 – 1. Kristian Ghedina 2. Danilo Sbardellotto 3. Konrad Kurt Ladstaetter
1989 – deleted
1988 – 1. Heinz Holzer 2. Alberto Ghidoni 3. Lucas Perathoner
1987 – 1. Danilo Sbardellotto 2. Lily Tomasi 3. Richard Parsons
1986 – 1. Ivan Marzola 2. Richard Parsons 3. Robert Erlacher





of Naturaestrema.it team 4 April 2013