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Just two weeks after the London Olympics closed, Triano and his coaching staff were putting a promising roster of players through shooting drills Monday at the end of a five-day training camp designed to prepare Canada for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games. Justin Tucker Elite Jersey . Its a sign of just how much has changed for Hinchcliffe in a very short period of time. He wasnt even in IndyCar two years ago, when he was a guest commentator for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway radio team during the race.LIENZ, Austria — Anna Fenninger of Austria skied a nearly flawless second run Wednesday to capture a giant slalom for her first World Cup victory. The 22-year-old Fenninger was 0.23 seconds off the lead in sixth place after the opening leg. She used a superb second run to finish in a combined time of two minutes 16.08 seconds. Federica Brignone of Italy was 0.20 seconds behind, and Tessa Worley of France was third. Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany, who led after the first run, finished fourth. American Lindsay Vonn was fifth. “I cant believe it myself,” Fenninger said. “Its my first win ever. “I always used to be good at speed events and now I win in GS. I hoped to compete for the top five and never thought of winning.” Fenninger, who won the super-combined title at the world championships in February, was helped by a massive error by Rebensburg. The Olympic giant slalom champion from Germany misjudged a turn shortly before the finish of the second run. “I made a mistake in the middle part and again near the finish,” Rebensburg said. “But I must say, Anna raced really great.” Vonn, who won the season-opening GS in October, boosted her overall World Cup lead. She has 599 points, 231 more than Fenninger, who moved into second. Defending overall champion Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany, who finished 10th for her best giant-slalom result of the season, is sixth with 297 ppoints. Ray Rice Authentic Jersey. Vonn, who travelled to New York for an appearance on David Lettermans TV show last week, was the first skier down the course for the first time in her World Cup career. “I was a bit nervous because it was the first time ever I started No. 1,” Vonn said. “Especially in GS, its only the third race that I am in the top seven, so its pretty exciting.” For Fenninger, winning her first World Cup race was as unexpected as her world title last winter. “Actually, I feel the strongest in super-G at the moment,” she said. “I would have settled for any podium finish today. “To be on the podium in front of a cheering home crowd, thats the best feeling you can get as an athlete.” Fenninger hopes her first win will take the pressure off. “Many people expected me to win a World Cup race, so maybe I pushed too hard for a some time,” she said. “Now I feel I have found the right balance … I made some minor mistakes today, but I did not let them put me off.” Both runs took place under a clear blue sky and sunshine. Despite the relative warm weather, the artificial snow held up well. “The course is awesome, the snow is perfect, theyve done a really good job,” Vonn said. “Its not easy. You see there is no snow in the area, but they made the race hill perfect.” The slalom is Thursday on the Hochstein course. ‘ ‘ ‘

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