Paralympic skier wins second super-G race

Representatives in the men’s category were also successful.

Henrieta Farkašová (l) and her guide Natália Šubrtová Henrieta Farkašová (l) and her guide Natália Šubrtová (Source: SITA)

Slovakia’s visually impaired skier Henrieta Farkašová has won her third medal at the 2017 World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in PyeongChang, South Korea. Together with her guide Natália Šubrtová, she won the super-G race held on March 14.

Farkašová has won all super-G races held during the current season. It is also her second World Cup globe after claiming the giant slalom in Hakuba, Japan, in early March, the TASR newswire reported.

Meanwhile, the Slovak visually impaired male skier Miroslav Haraus and his guide Maroš Hudík placed third in the super-G race.

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