With a Surprise of the world Cup Super-G ends in Kitzbühel. The German Josef Ferstl wins as his father of the same name on the Hahnenkamm. Ferstl senior was celebrated in 1978 and 1979 in Kitzbühel two downhill victories. The Super-G it was. Ferstl junior won ahead of Frenchman Johan Clarey, while with the Italians Dominik Paris, the Favourite was third. For Ferstl it was the second world Cup victory, after he won last Winter in Val Gardena is similarly surprising - at the time with number 2.
No Swiss in the Top 10
this Time, the 30-year-old Bayer presented with the number 1 in the best time that could unexpectedly't be cracked. A further five athletes lost less than two-tenths, but Ferstl remained in the front. Johan Clarey, aged 38 years one of the expert test drivers in the field, came close to the German up to 8 hundredths and reached for the first time in the Super-G Podium. In the descent he managed to do this four times, has won it but never.
The Swiss missed the Top 10. Mauro Caviezel, Marco Odermatt and Thomas Tumler occupied places 13, 14 and 15. For Caviezel, who had possessed after the Out of Aksel Lund Svindal even the Chance to become the new Leader in the slalom standings, came to this placement as a disappointment, the same as for Tumler. Or Matt, however, # 14 was values as a further step forward. The 21-year-old Junior world champion, had been surprised in the Super-G at Bormio in Eighth, achieved its second-best result in this discipline.
Beat Feuz arbitration. To him, a wave was after the mountain of doom. The Emmental, the Eighth at the time, he was not missed after a goal, but came fortunately to the case. (tbe/SDA)
Created: 27.01.2019, 15:07 PM