Corinne Suter took Championships in the momentum of the world Are also to the world Cup finals in Soldeu. As a third, the 24-year-old Schwyzerin missed the last departure of winter, her first world Cup victory almost. The Austrian Mirjam Puchner celebrated in changeable conditions, a surprise success.
In her second world Cup victory in St. Moritz three years ago, Puchner sat three hundredths ahead of Viktoria rebensburg and eight hundredths ahead of the two-time world championship medal winner Suter by vines. The 26-Year-old returned this season from a long injury break, as the fourth last and after a long break in the race, which proved to be a disadvantage.
Schmidhofer secures the crystal ball
The Austrian duel to the small crystal ball, Nicole Schmidhofer decided against Ramona Siebenhofer. The 29-Year-old, who took a Reserve of 90 points in the last race, gave her 11. Place. In order to push your team mate from the top, would have needed siebenhofer a victory and a slip Schmid Hofer. They missed catch, among other things, due to a rough driving fault. Schmidhofer is the first Austrian downhill discipline winner since Renate Götschl twelve years ago.
The other Swiss athletes in addition to Suter didn't make it into the points, which are reserved at the finals for the first 15. Junior world champion Juliana Suter was immediately Sixteenth before Jasmine Flury, Joana from Hählen arbitration.
As the two training sessions was also overshadowed in the race by a crash. According to Lara's Well-Behrami on Monday and Ragnhild Mowinckel on Tuesday, it caught this time, Cornelia Hütter. The Austrian, who had been in this season twice already due to injuries, had to be removed with the carriage.
Soldeu (AND). The World Cup Final. The women:
1 departure. Mirjam Puchner (AUT) 1:32,91.
2. Viktoria back Rebensburg (GER) of 0.03.
3. Corinne Suter (SUI) of 0.08.
4. Nadia Fanchini (ITA) is 0.22.
5. Tamara Tippler (AUT) was 0.24.
6. Sofia Goggia (ITA) of 0.35.
7. Nicol Delago (ITA) of 0.38.
8. Stephanie Venier (AUT) of 0.56.
9. Kira Weidle (GER) of 0.74.
10. Tina Weirather (LIE) of 0.90.
11. Nicole Schmidhofer (AUT) 0,94. 12. Michaela Little (GER) of 1.05. 13. Romane Miradoli (FRA) 1,12. 14. Federica Brignone (ITA) of 1.13. 15. Ricarda Haaser (AUT) 1,19. 16. Juliana Suter (SUI) 1,30. 17. Jasmine Flury (SUI) of 1.34. 18. Ester Ledecka (CZE) 1,42. 19. Ramona Siebenhofer (AUT). - 21 riders started, and 19 classified. (lif/sda)
Created: 13.03.2019, 11:43 PM