Ted Ligety blows away the field in first World Cup giant slalom of the season in Soelden Austria

Ted Ligety (U.S. Ski Team)

American Ted Ligety didn’t just win the season-opening Giant Slalom in Soelden, Austria, he won it with the biggest margin in 34 years.

The 2.75-second victory on Sunday (Oct. 28) was the 12th World Cup win of his career, second straight at Soelden and sixth straight podium at Soelden. (Yeah, we’re seeing a pattern here, too!)

Even more amazing? Ligety was in second place after the first run. Read the story on the U.S. Ski Team website.

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