Samuel Mayer and Florian Auer couldn’t improve on Friday in the second leg of the season at the Eagles. After completing the eleventh and twenty-sixth positions last week, the two teams this time ranked 16 and 23 on the Al Watan track, Auer missed the top twenty, thus qualifying for the second round with a difference of 0.06 seconds. Mayer came back from fifteenth place in the first half.
The top three athletes cheered for first place. Because Britain’s Matt Weston, who was unexpectedly ahead after the first half, China’s Jing Wenqiang and Germany’s Christopher Grother both needed a total of 1:46.04 minutes for both rounds. Weng captured one hundred and Grother seven hundred in decision. Meyer was 0.92 seconds behind.
“I think we do it on whatever track is easier than ours,” ÖBSV sports director Christian Auer said in an interview with ORF about the reluctance to start on the Igls. This was exactly what made Meyer’s flaw. Initially, Tyrolean was not in the top 20. On the track, Tyrolean found an improvement in the second round. “It was much better, I was able to let the sled run more. You can see very clearly where I lost it,” Meyer said.
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