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Honor wins, ÖSV snowboarders win

Honor wins, ÖSV snowboarders win

Led by Arvid Uner, the Austrian racers celebrated three podium finishes.

Austrian parallel skaters clinched three podium places at the FIFA World Cup Finals in Krynica (Poland) on Sunday. Arvid Uner was victorious in the grand final against Italian Maurizio Bormolini, Alexander Bayer defeated Mirko Felicetti (ITA) in the small final and came in third place. Daniela Olping lost to Japan's Tsubaki Miki in the final and finished second. Saturday's winner Andreas Brummerger and overall World Cup leader Benjamin Karl missed out on the knockout ties.

This was Honor's second World Cup victory. “Amazing! It was very difficult, I made my way through the difficult passage. I am very happy. It is my first podium finish in the PGS, and that is close to my heart.” Honor had previously won the Austrian duel in the semi-finals, defeating Aaron Marsh (ITA) in the quarter-finals, and Payer against Roland Filehner (ITA). ). . Fabian Upman lost to Felicity. The last stop in the round of 16 was for Sebastian Kislinger and Dominik Burgstaller.

Olping defeated Elissa Kavont (ITA) in the quarter-finals and beat Swiss Ladina Jenny in the semi-finals. Claudia Riegler had to concede defeat to Ramona Hofmeister in the quarter-finals. The German finished fourth, but like Karl, she was given the small ball for the giant slalom classification. Sabine Schoffmann was eliminated in the round of 16. (Abba)

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