Friday morning, the Park City native, and longtime Park City Mountain Resort shredder, won gold in the Giant Slalom, his third win already at this year’s world championships – making Ted the first man to win that many golds at a single world championships since Jean-Claude Killy did it 45 years ago. Ted, who won the Super-G and Super-Combined earlier this week, held a lead of more than 1.3 seconds after the GS’s first run – prompting Italian racing legend Alberto Tomba to joke that Ted had time for coffee during the second leg.
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