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Lake Louise World Cup: Marco Odermatt dominates the Super G, Andreas Sander sparkles in fifth

Lake Louise World Cup: Marco Odermatt dominates the Super G, Andreas Sander sparkles in fifth

Thomas Driesen, who had shown an impressive World Cup comeback the day before finishing eighth in the downhill after a two-and-a-half-year break, wasted points in his weaker system when Swiss Marco Odermatt won 31st.

Simon Gaucher was fourteenth, Romaid Bowman seventeenth and Josef Verstel twenty-seventh.

“I’m very satisfied. In one section, I haven’t stayed on the train as much,” said Sander, who met World Cup standards.

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Best comeback from Dresen in the downhill: “Mega happy”

Update yesterday at 9:09 pm

“Overall, a great start to the season. I’m very confident for next week,” said the 33-year-old.

Caviezel is infamously situated on Lake Louise

Switzerland’s Mauro Caviezel fell hard on Sunday. The 34-year-old lost control after contacting the goal post and was hit in the head and suffered cuts to his face.

Shock and relief – Caviezel’s heavy fall in the Super-G

Although Caviezel was able to stand again after treatment, he was flown away by helicopter after a long break in the race.

Five-time World Cup winner Dreßen has not started in a World Cup final since March 2020. Since then, the 29-year-old has undergone hip and knee surgery. Only in the 2021 World Cup did he try his luck between them.

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