Henrieta Farkasova wins women's super combined visually impaired at World Cup in Tignes

Another Sochi medal contender in March is likely to be Slovakia's Henrieta Farkasova who, after missing most of the season through injury, now boasts two wins from two races in the women's visually impaired class. The 27-year old and guide Natalia Subrtova (2:25.75) - winners of Thursday's giant slalom - topped the podium for the second day in a row, this time finishing ahead of Russian world champion and World Cup leader Aleksandra Frantceva, who was guided by Pavel Zabotin, (2:28.54). The USA's Danelle Umstead and husband guide Rob (2:32.42) secured a hat-trick of podium finishes for the week in third. The penultimate World Cup of the season will take place between 3-6 February in St. Moritz, Switzerland before the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals are staged in Tarvisio, Italy, from 24-27 February. World rankings are available at http://www.paralympic.org/alpine-skiing/rankings. Daily highlights videos from Tignes can be found at http://www.paralympicSport.TV and pictures are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/paralympic/ or search #Tignes.