Alpine skiing: final Olympic test for ÖSV technicians

Alpine skiing final Olympic test for OSV technicians

“I’m looking forward to the giant slalom, I also feel physically good again,” explained Liensberger. The woman from Vorarlberg had already overcome the coronavirus infection that had occurred shortly before Christmas and the races in Courchevel, but then had to fight a cold around the Schladming slalom. That should now also be done, so the … Read more

Alpine skiing: Hemetsberger shines in Swiss triumph

Alpine skiing Hemetsberger shines in Swiss triumph

Hemetsberger, tenth on the shortened descent on Friday, as a test pilot on the perfectly groomed Streif with start number one, put in a courageous and visually almost flawless ride. 0.90 seconds finally separated the Upper Austrian from Feuz, who conquered his 16th World Cup victory (13th in the downhill) and the first of the … Read more

LIVE Alpine skiing, SuperG Cortina 2022 LIVE: Curtoni commands ahead of Tippler! Waiting for Brignone and Goggia

LIVE Alpine skiing SuperG Cortina 2022 LIVE Curtoni commands ahead

CLICK HERE TO UPDATE LIVE LIVE THE LIVE LIVE OF THE DESCENT OF KITZBUEHEL FROM 1.30 PM THE STARTING BIBS OF THE SUPERG OF TODAY 12.03 FEDERICA BRIGNONE PART! He wants to do an encore after Zauchensee la Valle d’Aosta. 12.02 Francesca Marsaglia out, too late in a curve to the right. Difficult moment for … Read more

Alpine skiing: British tears after sensation in the snow

Alpine skiing British tears after sensation in the snow

After the dramatic slalom decision in snowstorms, emotions were given free rein. Tears fell from both sides, from Ryding, his supervisors, teammates and also from some of the journalists who have followed Ryding in the World Cup for years. Twelve years after his World Cup debut in Alta Badia, Ryding had reached the top as … Read more

Alpine skiing: Ryding wins sensationally in Kitz

But the man of the day on the Ganslernhang was Ryding, who started the decision in sixth place at half-time, 0.81 seconds behind the leading Italian Alex Vinatzer and was ultimately even able to celebrate his premiere World Cup victory. “I felt sorry for Vinatzer. But I just always fought and worked hard to win … Read more

Alpine skiing: Kitzbühel makes the best of the situation

Alpine skiing Kitzbuhel makes the best of the situation

According to AGES, the 7-day incidence in Kitzbühel was 3,800 as of Thursday morning – making the chamois town one of the coronavirus hotspots. Nevertheless, the city and the country rely on the strict safety precautions. Strict rules also apply outside the Hahnenkamm site: Since last Friday, FFP2 masks have been mandatory outdoors in the … Read more

We have doping and no one will catch us. He solves a big problem in skiing in Norway –

We have doping and no one will catch us He

The situation is a big issue, especially in Scandinavia and especially in Norway, where the media is analyzing it in detail. But of course, it applies to all countries. The discussion took a turn last week after the Scandinavian Cup in Falun, where it turned out that many racers used C8 waxes. The head of … Read more

Alpine skiing: ÖSV form curve in slalom points upwards

Alpine skiing OSV form curve in slalom points upwards

While Gstrein was only 17th after the first run due to a mistake during the last transition, he avoided a blunder in the final in front of officially 10,100 spectators. With the second best time after the Norwegian winner Lucas Braathen, he almost made it onto the podium. “In the first I started straight away … Read more

Alpine skiing: Wengen slalom as a benchmark for Beijing

Alpine skiing Wengen slalom as a benchmark for Beijing

In addition to Adelboden winner Johannes Strolz and Manuel Feller, who was second behind his ex-schoolmate last week, all ÖSV athletes can still push themselves for Beijing. Racing director Andreas Puelacher and technical group coach Marko Pfeifer pointed out in Adelboden that the duo Strolz and Feller would not be overlooked. There, the red-white-red slalom … Read more