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Outclassed by Hirscher: - No cool

OAR (Dagbladet): Marcel Hirscher is the world champion in the slalom after a masterpiece of a race.

the Austrian is now inside the discussion about who is the best-ever olympic skier, and his fan base got a new argument for Sunday avslutningsrenn in the Oar.

Hirscher raced first a completely raw førsteomgang, and in andreomgang failed challengers to collect his huge head start.

- It is a maktdemonstrasjon, cried The commentator, Thomas Lerdahl when the austrian ran into to gold.

Austria took also the silver and the biggest with respectively Michael Matt and Marco Schwarz.

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Marcel Hirscher was superb. Photo: NTB scanpix Show more, Not something cool

Henrik Kristoffersen was around 1,7 seconds behind Hirscher after the first place. The Norwegian hoped was at 6.-space, and fell further in the second half.

Kristoffersen made no major mistakes, but it went smoothly over treigere for him down the hillside than the main competitors.

- It is not something cool. I feel like I try hard. Slalåmen is not quite where it should be today, " he NRK.

Kristoffersen ended at 8.-space. Sebastian Foss Solevåg was number 12 and Jonathan Nordbotten number 23. Leif Kristian Nestvold-the-Hill ran out, but completed to a 35.-space.

Enormous førsteomgang

Hirscher laid the foundation for the gold medal with a completely raw førsteomgang in the Oar. The austrian dundret down the hillside in the Vein, and put all competitors thoroughly in place.

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It quickly became the talk of that it could be his best innings through his career, and the distance to its competitors could indicate that the allegation was not too stupid.

Alexis Pinturault was the only one that hung a bit with, but also he was over half a second behind. The rest of the alpinistene was well over a second away from Hirscher.

There was obviously great expectations for Kristoffersen after storslalåmgullet before the weekend, but the Norwegian was 1,7 seconds behind the austrian skikunstneren before the second half.

The lead was impossible to retrieve.

- a Pity he did not thanks us
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