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Swiss clearly beaten Paris to win

Dominik Paris won the world Championships in Are, his first major title. The Italians in the world Cup and already a twelve-time winner, will disappoint world champion in Super-G. The Swiss. Paris won with 9 Hundredths advantage at a time-the same Duo with the Austrian Vincent Kriechmayr and the Frenchman Johan Clarey. Kriechmayr could bite the bullet, the arrow-slit, which had left the Austria-women the day before in the same discipline. And Clarey was won with his 38 years, to the oldest rider, the Championships of the world a medal. The previous record belonged to the Sweden Patrik Järbyn, was brought in as a 37-Year-old of 2007, also in Are, in the Team competition silver.

major events were not necessarily the same thing for the tall Paris. The 29-year-old South Tyrolean had only one medal on the account: silver, which he won in 2013 in Schladming in the downhill. Last Winter at the Olympic Games in South Korea, Paris, the Fourth in the downhill. In the world Cup, however, he travels regularly to his successes. This Winter, he won the downhill in Bormio and Kitzbuehel, along with the Super-G in Bormio.

Swiss disappoint

The Swiss could not intervene in the fight for a Medal. The 21-year-old Nidwalden Marco or Matt was the 12. Final ranking in his first world Cup participation as an appealing result values, his team-mates, however, disappointed all of them. the Beat Feuz ended up on place 18, the Grisons Mauro Caviezel and Thomas Tumler left both of them.

Feuz had opened the race with number 1. The Bernese committed to the selective course, which caused a lot of failures, some error. For it was not immediately clear: "enough for a medal." Already in the season prior to that, he has done in the Super-G is much heavier than in the downhill, in which he is a regular guest on the Podium. Better than the Sixth Feuz was in this Winter in the Super-G never.

brother of Lara gut-Behrami

Caviezel excreted had this season, Second in Beaver Creek and third in Lake Louise as the only Swiss on the podium in the Super-G is reached. But in Are, he was not able to build on this success. Shortly after the second intermediate period, he passed, as the Eighth, came up to him.

Among the retired drivers, yet a fifth of the Swiss, but it was gone for Liechtenstein: Ian Good, who is the brother of Lara gut-Behrami was.

Are (SWE). In the world Championships. Super-G men:
1. Dominik Paris (ITA), 1:24,20.
2. Vincent Kriechmayr (AUT) and Johan Clarey (FRA), of 0.09.
4. Christof Innerhofer (ITA) of 0.35.
5. Adrien Théaux (FRA) 0,37.
6. Josef Ferstl (GER) of 0.39.
7. Brice Roger (FRA) of 0.41.
8. Mattia Casse (ITA), Steven Nyman (USA) and Adrian Sejersted (NOR), 0.50 each.

11. Ryan Cochran-Siegle (USA) of 0.53. 12. Marco Odermatt (SUI) of 0.58. 13. Martin Cater (SLO) of 0.59. 14. Nils Allegre (FRA) to 0.64. 15. Dominik Schwaiger (GER) of 0.67. 16. Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR) 0,92. Also: 18. Beat Feuz (SUI) of 1.00. 22. Kjetil Jansrud (NOR) is 1.18. 24. Aleksander Kilde (NOR) 1,63. - 69 riders started 51 classified. - Eliminated: Thomas Tumler (SUI), Mauro Caviezel (SUI) , Matthias Mayer (AUT) and Hannes Reichelt (AUT) and Ian Good (LIE).

Created: 06.02.2019, 14:38 PM

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