The Swiss skiers have big plans for this season. Michelle Gisin said in an Interview with the NZZ that you ride in the Speed disciplines at the front and in the standings Mikaela Shiffrin out to challenge. Corinne Suter wants to repeat the successes of the world Cup in Are, even in the world Cup and Konstanz to find. And Lara is Well-Behrami would like to finally drive again as Lara gut, the cheeky driver of bygone days.
Of these projects were removed, the best Swiss athlete on the inside of the second Speed races in Lake Louise and part far. Corinne Suter could drive it to rank 5, but Michelle Gisin was only enough for 15th place and Lara Lara Well-Behrami (27.) lost about two and a half seconds to the winner, Nicole Schmidhofer of Austria.
The disappointment in the case of Gisin and Well-Behrami was gross, you had more dreams after the second course of Corinne Suter on the previous day. Michelle Gisin said in the target area: "It is a disappointment. Before the race I had great difficulty with Overcoming. I had completely underestimated." The beginning of the year Gisin went down hard and hurt his knee, the cruciate ligament was pulled and the damaged cartilage. Recently, Gisin said that ready feel for fast turns and long jumps. But she could not show yet. Often missed in Lake Louise, the perfect line, always react on. She drove with the handbrake on.
Even worse, it had to have felt for Lara gut-Behrami face. After the whirlwind of this week, and the criticism of the Association, they wanted to provide the answer to the slopes. Well-Behrami went without apparent error, and had in the target however, a large residue. You just stood there, breathing hard and staring at the time Board. In this Moment, she seemed not to know what you can do better.
Lake Louise, Alberta (CAN). World Cup downhill of the women: 1. Nicole Schmidhofer (AUT) 1:49,92. 2. Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) 0,13 back. 3. Francesca Marsaglia (ITA) to 0.43. 4. Ester Ledecka (CZE) of 0.45. 5. Corinne Suter (SUI) of 0.56. 6. Kira Weidle (GER) of 0.61. 7. Romane Miradoli (FRA) of 0.70. 8. Tamara Tippler (AUT) 0,78. 9. Viktoria rebensburg (GER) of 0.83. 10. Alice McKennis (USA) to 0.95.
Also: 12. Sofia Goggia (ITA), 1,32. 15. Michelle Gisin (SUI) to 1.61. 16. Tina Weirather (LIE) of 1.68. 17. Joana Hählen (SUI) of 1.77. 21. Ilka Stuhec (SLO) 1,98. 24. Priska Nufer (SUI) 2,29. 27. Lara gut-Behrami (SUI), 2,60. 32. Juliana Suter Of 2.91. - 47 riders started, 40 classified. - Eliminated include: Nathalie Gröbli (SUI), Stephanie Venier (AUT) and Nicol Delago (ITA). (tmü)
Created: 07.12.2019, 22:54 PM