"You are wondering how to maximum bad luck looks like?"
"Ask Italian Dominik Windisch, who, in one case, broke both skis and a pole."
"– Which is darkness, " says the SVT commentator Lotta Fahlberg."
"You should not laugh at someone's misfortune."
"But if we are ever going to make an exception to the rule and draw minimally on the smilbanden for a crash so we can choose Dominik Windisch in the pursuit in Nove Mesto?"
"Slipped into the advertising signs."
"the Italian started in that nineteenth one, a bit from the podium but with huggläge on the top ten. Fixed shooting malfunctioned and he collected six bom on the way towards the goal. "
"Windisch fell as cartoon characters falling, he slipped on the snow and on the advertising signs. When he stood up was the rod off, so he fell over again. When he came up was the one skidspetsen and pointed towards the sky. The other? Just as broken."
"The good Dominik, which in no way seems to have done the bad, hence our minimal smile, groomed down for the rest of the hill and got help from a leader to change the skis, which nowadays, according to the regulations, if the equipment is broken. "
"He slipped after the"
"With two new skis and a new vänsterstav – but a fully intact right! – he took the case on-the-spot 46, five minutes from the race winner Johannes Thingnes Bö. "
"For today's svenskhopp it went no further, but not in any tragikomiskt way. Sebastian Samuelsson, who came third yesterday, shot badly and fell back on the seat 39. Jesper Nelin drove up 14 places to position 37."