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Alpine Ski World Cup 2023-2024 Downhill Winner Cornelia Huetter

Updated: Apr 10

Cornelia Huetter. Downhill World Cup Winner 2024
Cornelia Huetter. 2024 World Cup Downhill Winner. Picture: GEPA Pictures / HEAD Ski

Cornelia Huetter won the last Downhill race of the season and claimed the discipline Crystal Globe. The last time an Austrian skier led the Downhill standings was in 2019 when Nicole Schmidhofer won in front of an Austrian trio of Stephanie Venier and Ramona Siebenhofer.

Cornelia Huetter became the first Austrian woman to win a World Cup Downhill event in Austria since Christine Scheyer triumphed in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee on January 15, 2017.

The 31-year-old Styrian skier won in Saalbach her first Downhill race in over six years and took home her maiden Crystal Globe.

Huetter has finished on the podium in three of the eight Downhill events this season including one win in the Alpine Ski World Cup Finals in Saalbach. It was her sixth World Cup victory and the second in the Downhill. Her previous win was in Lake Louise back in 2017. She achieved 15 of her 28 World Cup podiums in the Downhill discipline.

2023-2024 was the best season in Huetter's career finishing 5th in the Overall standings, first in the Downhill, and third in the Super-G.

Cornelia Huetter. Downhill results 2024


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