Johan Clarey of France, who placed fifth, clocked the fastest speed recorded in competition in the 46-year history of the World Cup this weekend at the classic Lauberhorn downhill. Clarey hit a top speed of 161,9 km/h (100,6 mph).
vive le france
that race is fucked
Frenchy got lucky! Those commentators sound like they are gurgling some serious cock-suckery!
yeah everybody knows all french people are terrible at skiing. Theres not even any mountains in france.
I cannot believe this guy is a pro. I’m so much faster than him.
That race made me want chocolate.
damn – pretty cool – crazy he still came in 5th!
Whew, I thought ya’ll were slipping
anyone who says speed suits make you look like a pussy should strap on a pair of 210′s and try and make a turn at 80pmh+… sorry but racers are the most solid skiers. This guy will out shred anyone at squaw even 20 years from now
I’ll still be way sicker than him even in 20 years.
jesus the turn from 1:54 to 1:58.
Downhiller’s are in a different class. This is so impressive. 161 km/hr with an infants helmet on for ‘protection’. 2 and a half minutes of near death experiences. I wish we could get into Alpine racing over here as much as they do over in Europe.
Off camber, fall away, icy as sh…t, at 80mph, better have big pair brother
and he celebrated his fifth place with french fries and fine champagne
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