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From 12.30pm in the live stream: Will Marco Odermatt's show in Wengen also continue in Super-G?

From 12.30pm in the live stream: Will Marco Odermatt's show in Wengen also continue in Super-G?

It's all about this: Thursday's departure was just a warm-up for the traditional weekend at Wengen, which rises again today with Super-G. Then on Saturday there is the classic Lauberhorn, the longest circus ever at more than 4,000 metres. Today's Super-G won't be much different from the slopes on many trails, where the terrain is sometimes very narrow.

Favorite: The question remains whether pluralism is needed at the moment, because wherever Marco Odermatt starts, it seems difficult to overcome. His first World Cup win in the downhill on Thursday was a relief for him, as he didn't seem to have to untie any knots at all. The 26-year-old is dominating the World Cup. It seemed like the only competitor who was dangerous to him was Marco Schwarz. However: others can also skate, like Alexander Aamodt Kilde or Cyprian Sarrazin who is constantly getting faster.

Austrians: It is said that in fast disciplines the Austrian is always good on the podium. That is not the case at all in downhill racing this year, as even after the first Wengen race, the ÖSV stars around Vincent Kriechmayer are licking their wounds. Things went better in Super-G, where Kriechmayr and Hemetsberger took a double win in Val Gardena, and Rafael Haaser was second in Bormio. In this regard, hopes of climbing to the podium in the “fast” races in Wengen are perhaps the highest today.

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