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Marco Schwartz and Nina Ortlieb became champions of Austria in the Super G in Hinterstuder

“Successful finale. It was a great World Cup season and now it’s great to finally get the Austrian championship title,” summed up Schwarz after his victory in Hinterstoder.

A statement from the Austrian Ski Federation (ÖSV) quoted him as saying “Despite the high temperatures, the piste was huge and the organizers have to be commended. It was a very nice race today”.

Looking back on last season, Schwartz has every reason to be happy. Meanwhile, the Austrian has made a name for himself as an all-rounder, taking not only World Cup medals in alpine combined (silver) and giant slalom (bronze) but also finishing second in Super-G at the 2022 World Cup Finals in Soldeu. / 23 m.

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Ortlieb celebrates the double strike

In the women’s category, Ortlieb was able to celebrate her second championship title in the space of 24 hours. After her win in the downhill, the woman from Vorarlberg was also voted the best Austrian in Super-G.

“It’s great to finish the season like this,” she said afterwards. Ortlieb was 0.14 seconds behind Canadian Stephanie Fleckenstein, who was also at the start, followed by Borgler (+0.30) and Buechner (+0.35).

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