a Good two weeks before the world Championships in Are, the German ski racer have Kira Weidle and Victoria castle for the best team result of the vine catered for more than ten years. In the downhill in Cortina d’ampezzo Weidle won on Saturday the fourth, Rebensburg was Fifth. The 22-year-old Weidle lacked only 0.12 seconds on the Top Three. “If you continue like this, then you can be a secret favourite for a medal, as in Are,” said Rebensburg about the prospects of your team mate in the title fight in Sweden in February.
The already for the world Cup qualified Michaela Little gained in 25th place again in the world Cup points. The victory Siebenhofer of Austria repeated as the day before, Ramona. Her teammate Nicole Schmidhofer was Second in front of Ilka Stuhec from Slovenia. “It’s incredible that I’m back in the lead. I don’t know what to say,“ said Siebenhofer after the second victory of her world Cup career.
The American Superstar Star Lindsey Vonn improved in the second race after her Comeback, missed on rank nine, but as on Friday, the target top position. “It is better than yesterday. Not, as I thought, but still,“ said the 34-Year-old in the ARD. You hope for a good Super-G on Sunday (11.15 am/ARD). Vonn currently stands at 82 world Cup Victories and wants to break in front of your career at the end of the record of Ingemar Stenmark. The Swede won the world Cup in 86 races. “I have a lot of options. Not sooo many, but enough,“ said Vonn.
Significantly better shape than the American, the German driver but inside. Two Top-Five results in a departure it was for the German ski Association in women’s world Cup, most recently in December 2008, as Maria Höfl-Riesch in third and Gina Fourth Stechert.
Austrian wins in the Swiss classics
The Austrians Vincent Kriechmayr has prevented the spectacular downhill classic in Wengen, with a slight advantage to a Swiss home win. The 27-year-old from Linz, was at the end of the power-consuming, almost a 4.5-kilometre-long route from the Lauberhorn Beat, only 0.14 seconds ahead of the first leaders world champion Feuz. Third, the Norwegian Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (+0.26 seconds).