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Cochran-Siegle Top 10 in Garmisch

By Sierra Ryder - Stifel U.S. Ski Team
January, 27 2024
Ryan Cochran-Siegle snags another top 10 result. (Getty Images)

Stifel U.S. Ski Team athlete Ryan Cochran-Siegle continues his strong season with another top 10 result in the Garmisch, Germany super-G. 

“I liked how I went out and skied today. You definitely need to push here,” said Cochran-Siegle. 

The weather conditions started with heavy fog, warm weather and a lot of salting facing the course workers. However, by 11 a.m. CET, the weather started to turn and the surface was manageable for the speed racers. 

Cochran-Siegle started with bib four and was in the green all the way down until the last interval when he punched the line initially just 0.09 hundredths off the pace. The favorites for the race, Marco Odermatt of Switzerland and Frenchman Cyprien Sarrazin, surprisingly fell off the pace. Odermatt landed in fourth and Sarrazin 11th. 

Instead, the podium welcomed new faces. The French team, on fire this season, snagged another World Cup win with Nils Allegre. It was Allegre's his first World Cup win. Second place also went to a World Cup podium newcomer, Italian skier Guglielmo Bosca with Loic Meillard of Switzerland in third. 

“It’s one of those races where it's not that complex so you really have to give it your best and generate as much as possible with every turn,” said Cochran-Siegle. 

Stifel U.S. Ski Team skier River Radamus was just shy of his career best super-G result in 17th place. Wiley Maple also landed in the top 30 in 26th. 

Jared Goldberg, Bryce Bennett, Isaiah Nelson, Sam Morse and Kyle Negomir also raced and landed in 31st, 33rd, 45th, 50th and 52nd, respectively. Jack Smith was set to make his World Cup debut this weekend but due to a lingering injury will hold off until Chamonix next week.

Overall the men’s team is excited to build on Saturday and come firing into Sunday for a second super-G. 

“I think with colder weather overnight it could be a bit of a different style of race tomorrow so it should be fun,” said Cochran-Siegle. 

The action begins again at 5:45 a.m. ET on 

Men's super-G

5:45 a.m. - men’s super-G, Garmisch, Germany - LIVE on (on demand on Outside Watch on Monday)