The Austrian beat his compatriot Kriechmayr for 23 cents, third the Swiss Feuz. The blue at 96/100 from the winner. Innerhofer and Marsaglia out of the top 20
After yesterday’s cancellation, we finally got on the track. Matthias Mayer won the downhill in Lake Louise (Canada), the debut stage valid for the 2021-22 Alpine Skiing Men’s World Cup. The Austrian finished in 1’47 “74, finishing in front of compatriot Vincent Kriechmayr for 23 cents. The world champion of specialties, the Swiss Beat Feuz, completes the podium, 35 hundredths behind Mayer. Eighth time (96/100 from the winner) for Dominik Paris, who took to the track with bib number 9, badly Christof Innerhofer and Matteo Marsaglia, out of the top twenty.
A supergiant is scheduled for tomorrow (at 8.15 pm Italian time) again in Lake Louise. Weather permitting, Killington in the United States will host the women’s special slalom: today the giant slalom race was interrupted and then canceled due to strong winds after nine athletes fell.
November 27, 2021 (change November 27, 2021 | 22:10)
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