training run ended quickly, when he had to swerve immediately after the first bend after the track renovation of staff. Even if it was only the lunge track in the first bend, a Norwegian was the pace of 100 miles per hour.
– Fortunately, they weren't lower on the ramp after, because then it could have gone really bad. I thought it was bad communication with the race leaders and those who rehabilitated the track, Windingstad said norway's TV2 in an interview.
the Situation had involved a lot of luck, because the marshals were in that faced the hill, that Windingstad saw them from afar.
Windingstad and partners are tomorrow in action, when the Åre world championships is the turn of the men's downhill.
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