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The season begins, Caviezel is ready

Mauro Caviezel is a fast starter. The season begins, the Grisons is ready. So the last Winter was, as it is now.

the third is the 31-Year-old in the first Super-G in Lake Louise has become, it is his sixth podium place. Three of them he had driven in the previous year out – in the first four races in Lake Louise and Beaver Creek. Until yesterday, the last it gave to the statements in Soldeu, with a ranking of 2 in the Super-G. in Between? All Sorts Of Average Results.

Now Caviezel is started again excellent in the season. After the departure of the rank 6 the previous day, he shared 3rd place with the Austrians Vincent Kriechmayr. He said: "I have tried to full-attack, then, was a little too direct in the first part. But I'm satisfied. It's good to start so that gives me self-confidence and a certain amount of looseness. Here, the Material works very well – in Europe, we will meet then, but other circumstances." For the time being, but he may still hopes to continue the success next week, the convoy moves on to Beaver Creek.

Faster than the Swiss were only Dominik Paris and Matthias Mayer. The Carinthia has a nice Palmarés: Olympic Gold in the downhill 2014. Olympic Gold in the Super-G in 2018. He is the man for the big moments. For once, the 29-Year-old was satisfied with a slightly smaller. He won in the canadian Rocky Mountains, in front of sparse audience, for this impressive winter scenery race to be the sixth world Cup. "It was a great start with rank 5 in the downhill and now the victory," said Mayer. Four-tenths of a lead in an otherwise tight race: "That surprised me and pleased me all the more."

Seven years younger than Mayer, the man you hope to gain from the Swiss Association wonders: Marco or Matt (22), Nidwalden is. And how he deal with the fact that he is the great hope for the future, he showed yesterday: totally unimpressed. He was as the Seventh has never been so good in this discipline.

or Matt and the schooner

he had to fight with some problems on the track. He tried a new Armschoner – it turned out to be a mistake. One slipped during the rapid journey, cut his racing outfit, and flew briefly in front of the goal. "Minus a schooner. Plus a blue Arm", that was Odermatts comment. And of his journey: "It was a very good race here and there, a little wobbly, but I'm already very satisfied."

He was the second-best Swiss, at this day, which ended for the team leader of the speed team is disappointing. the Beat Feuz , it is not lacking in the Super-G is still trust, because he keys in training to the rate, was only 15.

Three ranks behind Carlo Janka, the celebrated podium riders the downhill, finished fourth. With the number 45 started, lost to the Grisons only 1.56 seconds. It was a further proof that the back is not a Problem and he is enjoying a top form.

results:

Lake Louise, Alberta (CAN). World Cup-Super-G men: 1. Mayer (AUT) 1:31,40. 2. Paris (ITA) to 0.40 back. 3. Caviezel and Kriechmayr (AUT), the 0,49. 5. Casse (ITA) of 0.60. 6. Kilde (NOR) of 0.76. 7. or Matt 0,85. 8. Jansrud (NOR) was 0.93. 9. Théaux (FRA) to 1.02. 10. Dressen (GER), 1,10. – 15. Feuz 1,42. 18. Janka of 1.56. 20. Tumler 1,62. 27. Rogentin of 2.02. 33. Roulin 2,38. 35. Kryenbühl 2,40. 46. of the man behind 2,86.

Created: 01.12.2019, 21:46 PM

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