Kjetil Jansrud wins South Tyrol Trophy

Norwegian Kjetil Jansrud wins the inaugural South Tyrol Trophy for the best performance in the four World Cup races on South Tyrol territory. He collected 182 points in Val Gardena/Gröden and Alta Badia winning a prize of Euro 20,000 and a wooden bust.

He set the foundation of his success by winning the Super-G in Val Gardena/Gröden. He then captured 22 points in the Downhill and another 60 points with a third place in Monday's Parallel Slalom. In addition to the the monetary prize and bust, a special dish will be created by recognized chef Norbert Niederkofler named after him and available in mountain huts throughout the Dolomites during this winter season. Above picture shows Jansrud along with the President of the Autonomous Province Bolzano/South Tyrol Arno Kompatscher; left is President of the Alta Badia Organizing Committee Marcello Varallo, right his Val Gardena/Gröden counterpart.

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