Beat Feuz creates it in the world Cup downhill in Bormio on the Podium. Behind the two experienced Italians Dominik Paris and Christof Innerhofer of the Emmental cheese of third parties.
The icy slope Stelvio, the driver was almost on every Meter shakes, this time particularly high requirements. Feuz had already said in the Training, the route was so difficult. After the race was Feuz twice as happy. On the one hand, he was excited about his first podium in Valtellina and on the other hand, the Bernese was glad to have the task of accident-free over. 52 hundredths of a lost Feuz on the winner, 16-hundredths of it were on Innerhofer.
the first Swiss podium since 2011
Bormio had developed the last few years, a tough stretch for the Swiss. The last time was Swiss-Ski seven years ago, on a Podium represented. Then, in December 2011, won by Didier Défago in front of Patrick Küng.
two weeks ago in Val Gardena, it had given Feuz as a third party for the first Time on the Podium. "For me, the two most difficult descents I was now behind me," said Feuz. After that, he may look very confident in the future. The next race, the Lauberhorn downhill in Wengen, he can now compete as the sole Leader of the disciplines of competition.
struggle and spasm in the case of Caviezel, the man behind good things
Feuz was ultimately the only Swiss in the Top 10. The same time, Mauro Caviezel and Niels behind man classified as a second-best driver of your team on the 13th place. As a fighter, and spasm of the Grisons, to be referred to after its appearance. Behind the man, as opposed to the were able to in the Finale, was good things. 14. was the Zurich in Lake Louise and Val Gardena, well, he increased his departure best brand again.
Paris with a third Bormio-victory
Even better mood was, logically, for the Italians, who used their home race at the great Triumph. Dominik Paris won for the third Time in Bormio. In 2012, he had shared 1st place with the same time, Austrians Hannes Reichelt, last Winter he won the race ahead of the Norwegians Aksel Lund Svindal and Kjetil Jansrud. Meanwhile, the 29-year-old Paris, with 10 world Cup victories, nine of them in the descent.
By 36 hundredths of a Paris sat in front of his teammate Christof Innerhofer, who had quite won exactly ten years ago in Bormio, his first world Cup victory. Meanwhile, Hofer is intra-34-years-old, on icy tracks, but still fearless and fast. (var/sda)
Created: 28.12.2018, 11:27 PM