- 12 Feb 2011
- Erich Spiess
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- Canada’s Erik Guay charged to a World Championship downhill title at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, on Saturday. With team-mate and fellow gold medallist John Kucera and Manuel Osborne-Paradis both out with broken legs, the pressure was on the 29-year-old to fly the flag for Canada. Luckily, the course has been good to him down the years. “I always feel good when I come to Garmisch. It’s a hill where I feel like I can charge everywhere. It’s a pretty special place for me,” he says.
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