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Meillards on pedestal in the course, Hirscher only the Fifth

Loïc Meillards is at the world Cup giant slalom in Saalbach, in a Podium position. The Valais is after the first run of any third party. Meillards lost in the first part of the replacement race for the cancelled prologue in Sölden on the leading Sweden's Matts Olsson three-tenths. For Meillards, heard for the first Time, the group of the best of seven giant slalom driver, would have been even more possible. After the first half of the run, he was located about a half a second ahead of Olsson.

Of the rest of the Swiss was unable to classify any of the first 15. Thomas Tumler lost as the next best good two and a half seconds on the best time. Gino Caviezel and Marco or Matt, is a time-consuming mistake, lost even a second more than Tumler.

Hirscher in the back of the meeting

Olsson closest to Manuel Feller came. The Austrian is three hundredths of a second behind the Scandinavians, who won a year ago in the Parallel giant slalom in Alta Badia, its only world Cup victory.

And Marcel Hirscher? The Dominator of the scene did not find her way in a very long course as desired. Hirscher starts with the mortgage by seven-tenths for the second passage in a terrain, this means all of the current drivers is new territory. The previously last world Cup giant slalom on the Zwölferkogel had taken place 19 years ago. (sda)

Created: 19.12.2018, 09:56 PM

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