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    A positive spin from New Zealand skiier Alice Robinson after recording the second top 20 finish in her career in a World Cup Super G

    A positive spin from New Zealand skiier Alice Robinson after recording the second top 20 finish in her career in a World Cup Super G


    The Giant Slalom contender has finished 20th at the season opener of the speed discipline the Super G in Canada.

    Robinson was right on the pace for two thirds of her run.



    Robinson heads to St Moritz in Switzerland for back to back Super G races this weekend.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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