Squaw Valley’s Bennett, Utah’s Goldberg finish final downhill Olympic training run in top ten | SierraSun.com

Squaw Valley’s Bennett, Utah’s Goldberg finish final downhill Olympic training run in top ten

Bryce Bennett

Two U.S. skiers finished in the top ten of the third and final training run before the men’s Olympic downhill event is contested on Sunday, Feb. 11, on the Jeongseon Downhill course in South Korea.

Jared Goldberg of Utah finished eighth in a time of 1:41:57. He was followed by Bryce Bennett of Squaw Valley, who ended up ninth with a time of 1:41:61. Vincent Kriechmayr of Austria led all the skiers with a time of 1:40:76 on Saturday, Feb. 10, according to information provided by U.S. Ski & Snowboard.

Bennett is scheduled to start second in the downhill final, while Goldberg is scheduled to start 22nd. The men’s downhill begins at 11 a.m. Korea Time on Sunday, or 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Saturday.

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story misstated Jared Goldberg’s residence.



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