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Alpine skiing: The Austrians are not in the top 10 in the RTL in Mont-Tremblant

Alpine skiing: The Austrians are not in the top 10 in the RTL in Mont-Tremblant

Federica Brignone emerged victorious in the Ski World Cup giant slalom on Sunday in Mont-Tremblant (Canada) and celebrated a double success in Canada. The Italian won by 0.33 seconds from Swiss Lara Gut-Bahrami and by 0.39 seconds from American Mikaela Shiffrin. First half leader Petra Vlhova from Slovakia dropped to fifth place. Catharina Liensberger was the best Austrian in 11th place.

11th place In the second giant slalom in Mont-Tremblant, Katarina Liensberger is best in 11th place. Continue now…

Posted by Alpine skiing Austria In the Sunday, December 3, 2023

With Mont-Tremblant’s brace returning as a World Cup venue after 40 years, the 33-year-old Stade Perignon was five points clear of Gut-Behrami in the majors standings, and the Swiss had won at Sölden and Killington. In the World Cup total, leader Shiffrin has 79 more points than her number one chaser Vlhova. Liensberger is in eighth place.

The second round ended despite bad weather conditions

The second round was conducted on Sunday under stormy conditions and poor visibility. “To drive the nuances more cleanly, complete the turns from start to finish, and show determination,” explained Liensberger (+1.61) from Vorarlberg, explaining what she has to do. “But I’m really happy with what I was able to show.” It was a second 11th place finish after one at Killington, and on Saturday it was 16th at Tremblant.

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The second landing at Beaver Creek couldn’t happen either.

Beaver Creek trips have been canceled entirely

Fixed the next landing in the Alpine Skiing World Cup. After the cancellation on Friday, Beaver Creek also had a weather issue on Saturday, which prevented the men’s downhill from stopping again…

Stephanie Bruner came in 13th place (+1.78), and Elizabeth Kabower improved eight places to 14th place (+1.88). It is their best World Cup result since December 2022 in Sestriere. “It was very difficult, you can’t see much of all the waves,” the 29-year-old said. “Our coach set the course, everything was set up, and I contributed to that.” Pathfinder Karlheinz “Charly” Pichler set a mission that called for an attack, but under the circumstances that became a challenge.

Franziska Gretsch, 12th after the first round, dropped to 17th in the decision (+2.16), having to wait longer at the start after a break and losing her stick in her flight.

ÖSV Sunday Mixed in Canada

While eight Austrians reached the final on Saturday, only four made it on Sunday. In the first round, Julia Schipp was eliminated after a strong run and Michaela Haider, Ricarda Haaser (32nd), Elissa Morzinger (37th), Katharina Huber (39th) and Katarinarob (42nd) did not qualify. Racers continue in St. Moritz, where the program has two Super-G cars and a downhill slope.

(Source: APA)

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