Lenzerheide – Alexis Pinturault Won the giant slalom at the end of the season at Lenzerheide. The member of Equipe Tricolor left the safety in the final run and won ahead of the Croatian in a time of 2.15.75 minutes. Philipp Zubić (+0.20) and his compatriots Matthew Favre (+0.21). With his 34th World Cup victory and his 70th podium, he secured a small discipline ball in the giant slalom, but above all the big crystal ball for the overall standings.
Alexis Pinturault: “Today was very emotional. I have been under a lot of pressure for the last one week. Today I had a clear position: I had to think fast and low. But this is not so easy. I focused on myself. She was probably one of my greatest achievements today. I definitely had a bit of luck with the downhill and super-G cancellation in the late stages of the season. It was not good for our game, but was good for me. Last year, I felt bad about Kovid. Maybe it comes back a bit this season. “
Marco Odermatt: “Conditions were completely different in Kranjska Gora. A very winding course in the final and I did not get too far behind the ice. I don’t think so yet. Of course I am very disappointed today. Alexis absolutely deserves it. He is in my position for some time. If it worked for me for the first time, it would have been very strange.
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Ski World Cup Final in Lenzerheide
10th Men’s Giant Slalom at Lenzerheide.
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Austrian Stefan Brainsteiner, Who recently gained attention with very strong performances, was fourth and missed the podium by a quarter of a second. Italian Luca de Aliprandini (+0.64), the vice-world champion in Cortina D’Ampezzo, got the fifth-best time in the ice. Became Grand Nation’s third best Thibut Favrot (+0.79) Sixth. Union Council Gino Caviegel He was just a second behind Pinturault in seventh place.
Stephen Brainsteiner: “Alexis has always been one of the best skiers over the years. But Marcel always snatched it from him. Now it seemed that Marco was coming, but Alexis really deserved it. I found something in terms of content during the season. Bankso’s first race was so important and the second was an endorsement. I have now started the season so well that it can actually go on. Next winter is expected and I will continue working. “
In the top ten there were two Norwegians Heinrich Christophersen (8.; +1.07) and Leif Christian Neswald-Haugen (4. 1/1) and German Stephen Lutz (10; +1.25) completed. Swiss ski athlete Marco Odermatt (+1.28) could no longer fight for the small crystal ball due to their disappointing eleventh position. Marco Black (+1.59) from Austria, who will be able to lift their slalom crystal ball into the air tomorrow, was 13th.
There were also World Cup counters for Lutz’s compatriot. Alexander schmidt (+1.86) in 15th place. There were no points for this Justine murissier Switzerland and two ersSV from the beginning Manual feller And Lucas Furstein. Read eric Canada was the only athlete to retire in the finals.
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