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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).

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15 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    vive le france

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  2. poopsticks says:

    daaayyyuuummm!

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  3. Dude says:

    that race is fucked

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  4. Matt says:

    Frenchy got lucky! Those commentators sound like they are gurgling some serious cock-suckery!

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  5. Huckler says:

    I cannot believe this guy is a pro. I’m so much faster than him.

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  6. Blair says:

    That race made me want chocolate.

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  7. damn – pretty cool – crazy he still came in 5th!

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  8. Daniel says:

    Whew, I thought ya’ll were slipping

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  9. Anonymous says:

    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

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  10. meisterburger says:

    jesus the turn from 1:54 to 1:58.

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  11. ryan says:

    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.

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  12. Master of Puppets says:

    Off camber, fall away, icy as sh…t, at 80mph, better have big pair brother

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  13. Anonymous says:

    and he celebrated his fifth place with french fries and fine champagne

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