Once more, the great Dominator, you can't beat. the Marcel Hirscher , had already taken care of in the first race, for clear conditions, confidently wins the world Cup giant slalom in Alta Badia. Hirscher won, ultimately, 2.53 seconds ahead, a small trip around the world in ski racing, with Frenchman Thomas Fanara. His team-mate Alexis Pinturault was third. On the Gran Risa in Alta Badia was Hirscher beat in the giant slalom in 2012 (Ted Ligety). Since then, the Austrians won. His latest success is the sixth in a row in the South Tyrolean Ski-Station. Overall, Hirscher now comes to 61 world Cup victories, 30 are alone in the giant slalom.
The Nidwalden Junior world champion Marco or Matt was on track to achieve its first podium finish. But then the 21-Year-old, was driven in the first run with number 27 on the 3rd place of arbitration, in the second run. Or Matt slipped away on the Innenski.
world Cup Debut for two Swiss
What and / or Matt up to his departure, but Once again, underscore how huge it Talent is blessed. The 7. The place he had last achieved in the giant slalom in Val d'isère, should not pose long his best world Cup result.
At the end there were at least two riders from Ski to Ski in the Top 10. Loïc Meillards, this Winter twice already, the Fifth, was ranked 8, with Thomas Tumler, the Surprise third from Beaver Creek, reached the ninth, his second-best result in giant slalom. Points it was also for Gino Caviezel (15.) and Elia Zurbriggen (22.).
Cédric Noger, 26-year-old from Eastern Switzerland from Wil, and Marco Reymond, the youngest son of the Swiss Ski legend Erika Hess, gave both her world Cup debut. Noger missed as the 37. the qualification for the second race by a good half a second, Reymond (57.) with the high number 69 out of the game. (sda/lif)
Created: 16.12.2018, 09:51 PM