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Last year, Otmar Striedinger opened the slopestyle in Val Gardena on Thursdays

St. Cristina, December 14, 2022 – The starting numbers for the first two strains on the Saslong ship were announced Wednesday evening at the team captains meeting in Selva Gardena. On Thursday, December 15th at 12 noon, Austrian runner Otmar Striedinger will be the first to leave the starting house, which is located in the Super-G starting at 2010 metres.

The 31-year-old from Villach should be the first criterion on the shortened track, as he was second on the podium at the last drop in Gröden last year. Curious: Striedinger also started racing at the time with the #1 start.

While two local heroes Christopher Einerhofer And the Dominic Paris Crashes in her home race with numbers 4 and 6 are the best Alexander Amudet Kilde as the seventh athlete in line. Right behind the Norwegian, follow up with the Austrian Matthew Mayer (No. 8) and the Swiss Fuse won (No. 9) Two hot irons in the fight for victory today.

World Cup total points leader, Marco Adermatt (Switzerland), tackles his first touchdown on the Sasslong circuit with a starting number of 12. This puts the all-rounder right after his compatriot Nils Hintermann – 3rd place in downhill last year – downhill, last year’s winner Brice Bennett From the United States, he bears the number 17 on his chest. Next to him you can also see the performances of his teammates Travis Gunung (No. 6) f Ryan Cochran-Siegel (No. 16) be particularly excited.

The two fastest drivers in the single practice session only follow the Top 30: 2nd in practice matiacas from Italy has the number 31, Nils Allegri From France – fastest in dress rehearsal – high number 51. The third and final from South Tyrol, who competes on the slope on Thursday, is Florian Cheddar from Castlerotto. He is the 55th runner. A total of 67 athletes started the first of the three sprints on the Saslong.

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