Alpine ski: Peter Fill is the first Italian to win the men's downhill World Cup title

17 March, 2016 - Categories: Sport

Peter Fill writes a new chapter in the history of alpine ski, winning the men’s downhill Word Cup title in St. Moritz and finishing 26 points ahead of Svindal.

In spite of an injury occurred before the race, he managed to complete the competition and ranked 10th with 462 points.

The 33-year-old athlete, after receiving the cup, cried tears of joy and jokingly said: “with this money I will pay may debts”.

Human Tecar, partner of the Italian Skiing Federation, congratulates Peter Fill for the victory achieved and the whole Italian National Ski Team that picked up another win with Dominik Paris, confirming the primary role of Italy in the Championship.

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