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Holdener and Zenhäusern go on the podium

On new year's day in Norway's capital Oslo, the parallel slalom on the program. On the legendary Holmenkollen 16 drivers were in use – the 12 best in the slalom world Cup, plus the four best in the overall world Cup. In the women's Wendy Holdener and Aline Danioth for Switzerland were at the Start in the men's Luca Aerni, Daniel Yule and Ramon Zenhäusern were in use.

As the winners were Petra Vhlova and Marco Black celebrate. The Slovakian Vhlova prevailed in the Final match against the world Cup Dominatorin Mikaela Shiffrin. In the men's, Austria was able to cheer. But not Marcel Hirscher made for the Triumph, but Marco Black. He referred to Dave Ryding from England on the second place.

Successful Swiss Start

From a Swiss perspective, Wendy Holdener and Ramon Zenhäusern provided the Highlights. Both went on the third place. Holdener had to be in the semi-final Shiffrin beaten, Zenhäusern drew against the eventual winners Black the Shorter.

Wendy Holdener in the small Final against the Swede Anna If Larsson. For the Schwyzerin it was after the Parallel Event in St. Moritz and the Slalom in Semmering, where she was also third to become the third Top-3 placement of the winter. The Urnerin Aline Danioth owned in the first round against the later winner Vlhova no Chance.

Video: Holdeners travel at Holmenkollen the Schwyzerin moves to square 3. (Video: SRF)

Despite the OP on the podium

the Best of the three Starters in the men's Ramon Zenhäusern, the first on 24. December surgery on his left thumb had been subjected to. The Valais was subject to on the other side of the spar Koller ski jump in the semi-final the scores occurring Austrian Black. Ultimately, the Slalom made the Olympic second Zenhäusern, who had decided in the previous year in Stockholm sensational a City Event, third in his best result of the Season. In the small Final, he benefited from the retirement of the Swedish Olympic Slalom winner and Oslo-last year's winner André Myhrer.

In the quarter-final had Zenhäusern in the direct duel of two of the Valais against Daniel Yule (5. Rank). Luca Aerni to retire in the first round against the Austrian Michael, Matt, and finished fourth on the 9. Place. The also eligible Loïc Meillards had dispensed with the trip to Norway. (tzi/sda)

Created: 01.01.2019, 18:29 PM

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