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Paris' victory is overshadowed by a heavy fall

Dominik Paris, is a triumph in Bormio after his downhill victory Friday in the Super-G. The Italians will win a hundredth of a second ahead of Austrian Matthias Mayer.

On the icy and extremely troubled of slopes in Valtellina, Paris was 24 hours earlier, the difficult circumstances, how she loves the power bars from the Alto Adige. But in the end, the 29-Year-old also luck. At the last intermediate time and a whopping 33 hundredths back, Paris was behind the Super-G Olympic champion Mayer, but thanks to a great finish, a single hundredth of a second language is ultimately for him.

Norwegian Saugestad

This crash was difficult for the Paris world Cup victory number 11 in fact. In the Super-G, however, it was only his second success. The only victory in this discipline, the Italians had won almost four years ago, in Kitzbühel. He and Mayer took on the demanding task more aggressive than all of your opponents. The third man on the Podium, the Kilde Norwegian Aleksander, lost already 0.46 seconds on the unleashed Paris.

The race was overshadowed by a crash. At almost exactly the same position as yesterday, the Slovenian Klemen Kosi was brought down, twisted it Kildes team-mate Stian Saugestad the Ski, whereupon he was thrown out and overturned and the full force of all the nets. He was able to stand after a short care unit of the Piste workers independently again and was responsive, but was brilliant as a safety precaution in a helicopter,

Feuz removed the best Swiss, or Matt as the Eighth

Beat Feuz , the day before the third in the downhill, his best Super G of the winter. Emmental cheese, finished in the first three races of the season, never the top, reached in Bormio 6th place. Was beat Feuz, also of the two Austrians Vincent Kriechmayr and Max Franz. Missing a podium place at four-tenths of Feuz. "The Super-G is just not my Parade-discipline. I don't feel the same flow as in the descent," the Bernese is critical. Satisfied he was at the end yet.

in addition to Feuz also the surprising Marco or Matt and Mauro Caviezel finished in the Top 10. The 21-year-old Matt reached number 34 in Eighth, his second-best result in the world Cup, after he had occupied in the giant slalom of Val d'isere 7th place. His previous best in the Super-G rank 11, which he reached in March of last winter in Are. Caviezel, in this season in the Super-G already twice on the podium, took the 10. The conclusion of the rank. A good race and showed as a 15. also the Zurich Gilles Roulin. (var/sda)

Created: 29.12.2018, 11:20 PM

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