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Source with third place in Wengen

From the start number 17 and he hung well with leading Kriechmayer down the world's longest utfortrasé Lauberhorn course at 4270 metres. Only a few hundredelss

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Source with third place in Wengen

From the start number 17 and he hung well with leading Kriechmayer down the world's longest utfortrasé Lauberhorn course at 4270 metres. Only a few hundredelssekund separated the two in østerrikerens favor. At the last measurement taken was the Norwegian 1/100 of a second in front.

In the last two turns down towards the finish he lost, however, the entire lead and then some. He was 0,26 seconds behind in third position.

– I felt that it was good all the way. I had maybe some problems down where I lost the most I had a little bit of the same feeling as from the Val Gardena. It was once again an extreme sense, but it is 2.30 minutes with lactic acid here in Wengen, " said the Source to TV 2.

Source stands with Norway's only utforseier this season.

Image fastest at the top

Aksel Lund Image had start number three, and beat until from the start. He was the fastest at the top and was 0.45 seconds faster than the winner Kriechmayer. The Norwegian also had good speed down, but the couple of bad swings all the way to the end destroyed. He lost all of his solid head start.

home favourite Beat Feuz was 43/100 behind the Image at the top, but because of the Norwegian weak termination distinguished it 38/100 seconds between the two goals.

Romerikingen ended on the sour fourth place.

Kriechmayer was also modest on the top, but delivered good timing and was faster than both Feuz and Image. In goal, he decided to sneak 14/100 ahead of Feuz and 52/100 front of the Image.

Nothing votes for Jansrud

Kjetil Jansrud hung well on top, but lost violently down. There is nothing that has voted for Vinstra-downhill skier in the downhill this season. He was not quite up the the move was finished 2.11 seconds behind in the goal on a 19.-space.

Adrian Smiseth Sejersted ran out after having been in action in a little over two minutes. He was as likely to run into among the best 20.

There were several of the athletes that ran out, but the Italian Emanuele Buzzi came, however, to aim at a sixth, but he was so tired that he was unable to stop properly. He ended skliende on the back straight in the inflated reklameskiltet.

He was lying for long to get treatment and was eventually rushed to the hospital. He showed, however, thumbs up on the way into the ambulance.

(NTB)

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