Talk:Didier Cuche

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Profession and another notes[edit]

I would like to cit. the German Wikipedia: Mr. Cuche is a trained butcher. He did loose the Super-G World Cup 2007/08 with the small difference of one point; Hannes Reichelt did win it in a "dramatically" race in the final (I would like to suggest to read the talk in the article about Mr. Reichelt). Mr. Cuche was a very successful downhill racer but he couldn't gain a gold medal (in neither case, in the Olympics or in the World Championships) in that discipline. He did retire in the season final 2011/12 at Schladming, and he did it in a particular kind when he raced in the Giant Slalom wearing an equipment (skiers, ski stick and clothing) from the initial period of skiing. Skiscout (talk) 11:54, 11 January 2017 (UTC)