First crucial date in World Championship Men's skiing: Cyprien Sarrazin, with a time of 1'50″73, wins the relegation of Bormio. On the Stelvio, the Frenchman beats the Swiss Marco by only 9 cents Odermattwho, despite the serious fall of his compatriot Marco, still regains the top spot in the overall standings Black. Thirdly, that Canadian Cameron Alexander, at 1'23″.
Day to forgetDominic blue Pariswho not only fails to achieve his eighth victory on the Stelvio, but also has problems to finish the descent due to a fall and receives +6.72 from Cyprien Sarrazin. Bad for that too The Norwegian Aleksander Aamodt Kildewhich had to give up due to a rockfall that damaged its sheet metal.
The The Piedmontese Mattia Casse finished +2″15 ahead of Sarrazin and is back in the top 10, from which South Tyrolean Florian is excluded Schieder (+2″67).
On Friday we will compete again in the Super-G in Bormio.
Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, Dominik Paris