Dominik Paris wins the final departure of winter. He triumphed at the world Cup finals in Soldeu in front of Kjetil Jansrud and Otmar Striedinger. the Beat Feuz secured the small crystal globe. In windy conditions, Paris was 34 hundredths ahead of Norway's Kjetil Jansrud and 41 hundredths ahead of Austrian Otmar Striedinger. Mauro Caviezel missed the Podium as Fourth, six hundredths, Beat Feuz, was Sixth, and defended his discipline victory from the previous year.
It was Paris' third win in a row in a world Cup downhill, and the fourth this Winter. The small crystal ball as the crowning achievement of his distinguished season remained to him but because of the impressive consistency of Feuz denied. "If someone two years ago would have said that I now have two balls at home, I would have said: "This is difficult"," says a satisfied Feuz after the race.
If the space 6 is sufficient to victory
Feuz finished fourth in Andorra for the second Time in this world Cup season, in addition to the downhill podium. Sixth, he brought his Reserve of 80 points in the discipline standings, but scores over the rounds. Thanks to six podium finishes and two 6. Ranks secured in the Emmental for the second Time in a row, the small crystal ball in his parade discipline.
images: Beat Feuz wins downhill world Cup
He was a little more excited than usually, says Feuz. "It was whether Paris would take the lead or not." Finally, it should be located on him. And the worst downhill result of the winter handed him the second ball of his career.
at least the Winter for Carlo Janka ended. The fallen overall world Cup winner of 2009/10 managed in his last race of the season in ninth place, his first Top-10 place. Junior world champion Lars Rösti was the Fifteenth of his first world Cup points. (sda)
Created: 13.03.2019, 10:17 PM