I've done exactly what I had done, Starter, who had made a small mistake right at the beginning, explained after the first pass, because the best German slalom driver was ranked five. For best time of Sweden Kristopher Jacobsen missed Stress 0.82 seconds. Vancouver Olympic champion Giuliano Ravioli was seconded as second 0.58 seconds. Third, the young Norwegian Lucas Breathe and Clement Noel from France (+0.67) were at the same time.
There was sure a little more, especially in steep it was not completely fluid, said Stress, but cool run. For the second pass, he took himself, pull down again exactly something, then it looks good. It looked very good even. St raster laid a famous second passage, put the competition under pressure - and the bite the teeth from the time of the German.
The 29-year-old from the TSV 1860 Munich ultimately won the Norwegian Able Lie McGrath, celebrated the third World Cup success in his career and, after recently grown outcomes, shortly before the Olympic Winter Games (4 to 20 February) set a thick exclamation mark. Third was the Austrian Manuel Feller.
The other starters of the German Ski Association had missed the second round. Julian Raucous and Alex Schmidt, who both go to the start in Beijing, and driving errors as Fabian Himmelsbach and Anton Trammel. David Letterer came to the finish, but was too slow.
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