Carving out a lead at Coronet

Photo by Anthony Wilkins.
Photo by Anthony Wilkins.
Australia's Luc Henri Chevalier competes in the Australia New Zealand Cup FIS giant slalom at Coronet Peak yesterday.

Chevalier ended the two-day event as the Australasian leader, with a total time of 1min 37.99sec, ranked 10th overall.

Queenstown's Adam Barwood was the top-ranked New Zealander, with a total time of 1:38.14, putting him in 12th place overall.

In the women's event, Norway's Ragnhild Mowinckel finished first with a total time of 1:37.64, while Piera Hudson (Hawkes Bay/Wanaka) was top-ranked New Zealander, in 23rd place with a total time of 1:41.63. Races will continue at Coronet Peak today and tomorrow.

The finals will be held at Mt Hutt from September 15.

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