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Ski, Giulia Perino begins with great success on the slopes of Bielmonte

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First ski races of the new year and first important results of the Canavese skiers in the weekend just ended. In the race last Sunday, January 23, on the slopes of Bielmonte, in the province of Biella, first place of Giulia Perino of the Valchiusella ski club in the Under 14 girls category in the giant slalom race: she won the Bergo tires trophy. The Valchiusellese skier, born in 2009, out of fourteen starters, finished the test in front of everyone, finishing the race after 41”85. In the same category, but in ninth position, another Canavese skier was then placed: Marta Milano, standard bearer of the Forno Ski Club, who instead took 49”08 to complete the descent.

Moving to the same category, but among the boys, there are four Canavese athletes who have performed well in Biella: at the start twenty-five athletes competing, in fifteenth position was classified Davide Bertoldo of the Valchiusella Ski club (final time of 45”75 ), while Luca Thien Mussatti from the Forno Ski Club (48”63) arrived twenty-first. The other two Canavese skiers are also athletes of the Forno Ski Club: Andrea Gays finished the race in twenty-second place (49”26) and Carlo Battaglin instead obtained the twenty-fourth final position (49”85).

Canavesani in evidence not only at last Sunday’s race, but also on Saturday 22 January, again on the Bielmonte wool track in a special slalom race valid for the Coppa Biella Alpine city trophy.

There are three skiers who, specifically, have kept the colors of the Forno ski club high: best of all was Marco Brunetto, born in 2007, who finished fifth in the Under 16 category. The Alto Canavese skier, out of fifteen starters, finished the first heat in 37”30 and the second in 36”25, closing with an overall time of 1’13”55 ”.

In the category of Under 14 Boys (born in 2008), out of twenty-three participants, in the first ten classified, we find two from Canavese: in sixth position Andrea Gays, author of a first test in which he stopped the clock in 48 ” 82 and a second in 44”52, with a total time of 1’33”34.

Carlo Battaglin, on the other hand, fails to go beyond the eighth position, who finishes in 50 ” 99 in the first test, while he does better in the second, 47 ” 78, for a final official time of 1’38 ” 77. –

Loris Ponsetto

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