Thomas Foley Conquers the Mountain

February 21, 2006

With an aggregate time of two minutes fifty seven point four two seconds after his two runs. This significantly increases his position in world rankings and represented a personal triumph for the Kenmare man.

Austrian Benjamin Raich won the gold medal after first-leg leader Francois Bourque of Canada tumbled in the second round. Frenchman Joel Chenal, 32, captured his first Olympic medal with silver, just 0.07s behind Raich, and Austrian Hermann Maier added a bronze to the super-G silver he won on Saturday.

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