Alpine skiing: Rebensburg conceded a Board


    The small pedestal in the series of Viktoria rebensburg is ripped Championships at the penultimate giant slalom before the world. After two second places in Courchevel and Semmering is the best German skier came on Tuesday at the Kronplatz on rank five. “Top Five, so I’m satisfied,” said Rebensburg, and pointed to health problems in the last week. You’ve more or less located in the bed and was “not at 100 percent,” said Rebensburg, the BR-TV.

    Superior winner in South Tyrol, the American Mikaela Shiffrin was once more. World champion Tessa Worley of France, had as a second to 1.21 seconds behind placed. Third, Marta Bassino (+1,57) was from Italy. “It has been really fun,” said Shiffrin, the the 53. World Cup victory of her career, and celebrated the goal with a gold crown was fitted.

    “Chapeau, Mikaela has a top hung,” said Rebensburg after the first passage, the American had already put more than a second distance between themselves and the Rest of the Skiwelt. Your behind Shiffrin of 1.70 seconds Rebensburg, described in the BR as a “Board”. At the end of the German 2.31 seconds behind the outstanding winner.

    In the overall standings is now at 1394 points – the Slovakian Petra Vlhova on rank two follows with a large distance and 898 meters. With the victory, Shiffrin took the lead in the discipline standings with ten points ahead of Worley.

    To which race of castle vines in Cortina d’ampezzo to participate, she wants to decide only on Wednesday. “I have to look at home as it is to me, how it develops,” she said. On Friday and Saturday and a Super-G. “The Super are ski runs on the program, on Sunday even-G the main focus certainly is,” said Rebensburg. They have, however, tested also in the descent, a couple of things and would be interesting how this works in a world Cup.

    The two other German Veronique Hronek and Marlene Schmotz, no longer were at the giant slalom in the second run. Hronek of arbitration, Schmotz was just to slow for the final.