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World Cup Bronze for Burgener

There are these moments in which it seems to be because of the great feelings of happiness to forget everything around you. Pat Burgener had such a Moment, when he had brought his second Run to the finish. The 24-Year-old from Crans-Montana opened the latch on his helmet and threw it in a high arc. That he would need the head protection for his final Run, again, was to him in this Moment, apparently, no matter. The passionate musician was sure that this Run was enough to worry about in Snowboard for the big tones.

The Jury rewarded Burgeners second run with 91,25 points, which was enough, ultimately, to world Cup Bronze. Only the Australian high-Flyer and a season-Dominator Scotty James and the Japanese Talent, Yuto Totsuka were classified in front of the Swiss. James, in this season in the world Cup unbeaten and also to the X-Games in Aspen Halfpipe Gold won, showed in his third Run, once more a dream run. 97,50 points of the Australians, has received from the Jury for his immaculate appearance.

Burgener was clearly behind James, was happy not but that the Jury ästimierte its performance. The X-Games of the Valais had with the grading of the judges don't get on with it and left frustrated from Buttermilk Mountain. In the music Burgener took place in the last few years, a valve, such as the frustration experiences. "I slept last night, really shit," said Burgener. That's why he didn't really hope.

With Jan Scherrer, a second Swiss missed the best results in 9. Rank. However, missing the 24-Year-old little, and he would have made team-mate Burgener the podium, probably in dispute. Scherrer was in the second Run on the way to conjure up a real dream run in the snow, only to plunge to the last jump but still. "It is good that it at least works with a team of colleagues. That's why the disappointment is quickly forgotten again," said Scherrer.

the women of the title, as expected, went to the US-American Chloe Kim. The Olympic champion won ahead of China's double world champion Xuetong Cai. Verena Rohrer finished its world Cup appearance as a Sixth. The Schwyzerin showed up with her best result at a world Cup is very satisfied: "I have shown for the first time in a Competition a 'Backside 900' and immediately stood," said 22-Year-old against the Swiss television SRF.

bad luck bird Iouri Podladtchikov had to give up after a training crash just before the Final Forfeit. The Zurich was opened in the attempt of his Yolo Flips hard on the icy surface and was injured on the calf of the left leg. (nsa/SDA)

Created: 08.02.2019, 20:57 PM

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