Maze adds to medals collection with a bullion in Alpine total
Tina Maze of Slovenia pulled off an considerable attainment on a soothing sleet — a cartwheel in ski boots. Her racing wasn’t bad, either.
Maze prisoner bullion in a Alpine total Monday, earning her third award of this year’s universe championships on a comfortable afternoon in Beaver Creek, Colo.
Lindsey Vonn of Vail, Colo., unsuccessful to finish a slalom. Vonn, who has a career record for women’s World Cup victories, was in tears afterward.
Leading after a downhill apportionment of a event, Maze used a purify slalom run to finish in a total time of 2 minutes, 33.37 seconds.
Nicole Hosp of Austria placed second, 0.22 seconds behind, and countrywoman Michaela Kirchgasser was third.
“If we didn’t win today, we wouldn’t have felt good,” a 31-year-old Maze said. “It was a lot of vigour today.”
Last week, Maze won a bullion award in a downhill and a china in a super-giant slalom.
Vonn struggled in a downhill segment, as a icy aspect worried her surgically remade right knee. In a slalom, she straddled a embankment only before a initial interval, finale her day.
“I’m only unequivocally disappointed,” Vonn said. “I unequivocally attempted as tough as we could. we came adult short. That’s unsatisfactory for myself, my family and my fans. we didn’t figure out this mountain during all.”
Vonn will contest in a hulk slalom on Thursday. She has one award during worlds this year, a bronze in a Super-G.
Oregon’s Helfrich gets extension
Coach Mark Helfrich has concluded to a five-year agreement prolongation that could keep him during Oregon by a 2019 season.
The understanding guarantees Helfrich $17.5 million, an annual normal of $3.5 million. It includes incentives for both a team’s on-field opening and educational success.
Helfrich, 41, final month wrapped adult his second deteriorate with a Ducks, who finished 13-2 and went to a initial College Football Playoff, descending to Ohio State in a national-championship game.
Helfrich has a 24-4 record during Oregon.
Simmons joins Oklahoma staff
Oklahoma has combined Dennis Simmons as outside-receivers manager and Kerry Cooks as defensive-backs coach.
Simmons spent a prior 3 seasons as outside-receivers manager on Mike Leach’s staff during Washington State.
Texas is put on notice in lawsuit
Oklahoma State told Texas officials it wants to take sworn statements from Longhorns manager Charlie Strong and descent coordinator Shawn Watson about who is job a plays during Texas.
The pierce stems from Oklahoma State’s breach-of-contract lawsuit opposite former Cowboys partner Joe Wickline, who is on Strong’s staff during Texas.
Oklahoma State is suing Wickline for scarcely $600,000 since it says he done a parallel pierce to Texas rather than holding a graduation with “play-calling duties,” as settled in his Oklahoma State contract.
Playoff cabinet adds Hocutt
Texas Tech jaunty executive Kirby Hocutt has been allocated to a College Football Playoff preference committee. He will reinstate Oliver Luck, a former West Virginia AD who has changed to a position with a NCAA.
Hocutt, 43, will turn a youngest member of a 13-person committee.
Beckham sets adult personal fund
Retired luminary David Beckham has noted his 10th year as a goodwill envoy for UNICEF by environment adult a new personal fund, observant he wants to “raise millions” to assistance strengthen a world’s many exposed children.
Named after Beckham’s jersey array during his career with Manchester United and England, “7: The David Beckham UNICEF Fund” was launched in London and is enlivening universe leaders to emanate durability certain change for children.
Albert to announce NBC fights
Marv Albert will announce fights for a new array on NBC.
Network officials pronounced Albert will work alongside researcher Sugar Ray Leonard.
Albert called fighting on NBC from 1980 to 2003.
Albert will work 11 broadcasts on a network this year, with 5 designed for primary time and 6 for Saturday afternoons.
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