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Miriam Büchner was 13th in Super-G, while Hütter was fourth with a broken helmet

Miriam Büchner was 13th in Super-G, while Hütter was fourth with a broken helmet

Pure winter sports! ÖSV Salzburg’s athletes return to action on Sunday and fight for important World Cup points. Almost everything is on offer today, from alpine skiing to ski jumping, nordic and cross-country skiing. We’ll keep you updated here.

Winter Sports Flash S24: All results in LIVETICKER

“Bruchpilot” Hutter in fourth place – Büchner in thirteenth place.

Cornelia Hütter narrowly missed the podium in the Super-G at Val d’Isere in fourth place after a moment of shock. The Austrian’s first place in the speed career was 0.87 seconds behind winner Federica Brignone on Sunday. The experienced Italian was victorious in the final sprint race of the calendar year, ahead of Norwegian surprise Kaisa Vikhoff-Lee (+0.44) and teammate Sofia Goggia (+0.59). Miriam Büchner from Salzburg is the second best ÖSV athlete in 13th place.

Promeger on Stockerl

Andreas Brummegger races to second place in the parallel giant slalom in Cortina d’Ampezzo after an early exit at the start of the Ski World Cup. With Stockerplatz, Salzburg will forget about their false start on Saturday. Only Benjamin Karl was faster in ÖSV’s double win.

Teresa Stadlauper placed 4th in Trondheim Skiathlon

Cross-country skier Teresa Stadlauper achieved her first pole position of the youth season by finishing fourth in the only winter ski race in Trondheim. The Olympic bronze medalist missed out on her first World Cup podium place since January 2020 by just a second and a half in a set of five sprints on Saturday. Swedish world champion Ebba Andersson took victory in the 2 x 10km race after an individual round with a clear lead. Mika Vermeulen finished 11th.

Rettinger on the podium in Lamparter’s win

Johannes Lamparter celebrates a double victory at the combined Nordic World Cup tournament in Ramsau am Dachstein. After the mass start on Friday, the Tyrolean also won the combined competition on Saturday. Lambert won after 7.5 kilometers, 1.6 seconds ahead of Norwegian Jarl Magnus Reber and 1.9 seconds ahead of his compatriot Stefan Retiniger. In the women’s category, Lisa Herner of Styria surprised by taking third place.

Thank you Ramsau am Dachstein! The whole team says goodbye to the World Cup on home soil happy and satisfied…

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Hurner was on the podium three times last season, but her move from 12th place to the podium was all the more impressive. The day before, the 20-year-old had already moved from 11th to 5th. In the first women’s combined competition, Norway’s Edda-Marie Hagen celebrated her first World Cup victory.

Stefan Kraft jumps to third place in Engelberg

Stefan Kraft jumps on the podium despite difficult conditions in Engelberg. Pongauer finished in third place. Victory went to German Pius Paschke for the first time.

Simon Eder died after a mistake at the shooting range

Justine Preisaz Bousche, winner of the sprint race, and Johannes Thingnes Boe, who started second, won the Biathlon World Cup race in Lenzerheide. ÖSV’s best results on Saturday were achieved by Tamara Steiner in 17th place and David Komtz in 25th. The first mass start of the season will follow on Sunday at the venue of the 2025 World Cup.

Despite three penalty kicks, Brisas Bouchet clearly won over her compatriot Julia Simon. Norwegian Marit Eschol Skogan, who reached the podium for the first time, came in third place. Steiner earned eight places with a flawless shooting performance, and for Styria, it was the second best result of her career. Anna Juppé came in 45th. Anna Gandler did not compete. Lisa Hauser is missing from Switzerland due to illness.

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Patrick Jacob finished 8th in Hochfilzen with a weak ÖSV team.

Without Simon Eder from Salzburg, there is nothing for ÖSV biathletes

There was nothing to gain on Sunday at the Biathlon World Cup in Hochfeldzen. Without Salzburg’s Simon Eder, ÖSV’s runners-up finished only eighth, with the win going to Norway.

Bö also achieved his 76th World Cup success with three penalty kicks. In the second match of the season after chasing Hochvelzen, the Norwegian clearly distanced himself from his compatriots Andre Strömsheim and Sturla Holm-Laegried. Kumatz missed the target, meaning he maintained his primary position. But Simon Eder dropped from 17th to 39th place due to five shooting errors.

Lisa Herner meets at Stockerl in Ramsau

Lisa Herner from Styria surprised with third place at the combined Nordic World Cup in Ramsau/Dachstein on Saturday. Although the 20-year-old had three podium finishes last season, her jump from 12th place to the podium was impressive. The previous day she had already moved from eleventh to fifth place. In the first women’s combined competition, Norway’s Edda-Marie Hagen celebrated her first World Cup victory.

In the afternoon, Stefan and Thomas Rettinger from Salzburg were still competing for the podium.

Ski jumping in Engelberg: a woman from Salzburg in the top ten

The Austrians, still competing without ailing World Cup champion Eva Pinkelnig, are still waiting for a podium place after the fourth competition of the ski jumping season. In Engelberg on Saturday, Jacqueline Seefriedsberger finished ninth and just behind Sarah-Marita Kramer, in the top ten. Kiara Kreuzer from Salzburg took 19th place. Slovenian Nika Prevc celebrated her first win in difficult windy conditions. We continue after Christmas in Garmisch.

Kiara Crozier

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Kiara Crozier wants to attack again soon. (archive photo)

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Prevc won over her compatriot Emma Klinik. Norwegian Irene Maria Kvandal came in third place. Seifriedsberger, who finished fourth ahead of Kramer on Friday, was noticeably far from the podium this time. “It was a great weekend for me, and I will take that with me,” said Seefriedsberger after the women’s first show on the big Swiss hill. Julia Muhlbacher (18th) and Chiara Crozier (19th) barely made it into the top twenty.

Three ÖSV women in the top ten – men disappoint in Val Gardena

Dominique Paris ended his Alpine Skiing World Cup win drought in front of his home crowd. The South Tyrolean won the second downhill race in Val Gardena on Saturday with a time of 1:59.84 minutes, celebrating its first success since March 5, 2022 in Quettafjell and its 22nd place overall, the Norwegian Alexander Aamodt Kjeld (+0.44 seconds) and the American Bryce Bennett (0.60). ) At the back. Marco Schwarz was the best Austrian in ninth place (0.95).

Miriam Buechner

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Miriam Buchner from Salzburg competes in the top 10 in Val d’Isère.

Miriam Büchner races into the top ten on the Hutter podium

Myriam Buchner finished 10th in the downhill race in Val d’Isère. The Salzburg woman is one of three Austrians in the top ten. While Arianne Radler came in seventh place,…

Cornelia Hütter secured the first podium place for an ÖSV alpine skier at the Alpine Skiing World Cup more than a year ago. Styrian finished third in Val d’Isere on Saturday, 24 one-hundredths of a second behind winner Jasmine Flury. The world champion led to a double Swiss victory in the absence of Mikael Shiffrin and celebrated her first World Cup victory by 0.22 seconds over Johanna Hallin. Miriam Buchner from Salzburg took tenth place.

Departure from Zuschensee

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Great atmosphere in the women’s downhill race on Saturday in Zuschensee in Bongau.

Salzburg hosts an additional Super-G

The record winter season in Salzburg sees it get an extra ski run. The canceled Women’s Super-G Championship in St. Moritz will be held on January 12 in Zuschensee as part of the regular World Cup.

Zauchensee gets an extra Super-G

The women’s Super-G alpine ski race, which was canceled in St. Moritz last week, will be rescheduled to January 12 in Zuschensee. The ÖSV party and the Islamic Salvation Front announced this on Saturday. This means there are three sprint races on the program in Zuschensee (Bongau) – there will be a downhill race on January 13, followed by another Super-G race the next day.

(Source: SALZBURG24/APA)

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