The Men’s Alpine Ski World Cup 2021/22 will enter the next round on 26 and 27 February 2022, when the slalom competition in Garmisch-Partenkirchen is on the schedule. All results and preliminary information can be found here.
How are the alpine ski men doing at the World Cup slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen?
Image: Picture combine/DPA | Angelica Warmth
in athletes Alpine Skiing,world Cup 2021/22 are in the starting block to compete in the challenging World Cup stages ahead. The next station is the men’s slalom, when the athletes will compete on February 26 and 27, 2022. Garmisch-Partenkirchen Stand on the boards.
Alpine skiing men challenged in World Cup after 2022 Winter Olympics
With the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, men in alpine skiing mastered a huge event – Olympic medals rained down, especially for athletes from Switzerland, Austria, France and the United States; Slovenia, Norway and Canada, but were able to secure Olympic silver in the German alpine ski men’s mixed competition. Now that the Olympic flame is extinguished and the Games have been announced, winter sports enthusiasts are returning to World Cup competition with renewed vigor.
Men’s Alpine Skiing World Cup Garmisch-Partenkirchen. stays in
For ski racers, this is the first World Cup stage since the conclusion of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. All results of World Cup competitions from Garmisch-Partenkirchen can be found here. By the way: How to Watch Men’s Alpine Skiing Competitions on TV & Live Stream!
Alpine Ski World Cup 2021/22: Garmisch-Partenkirchen. men’s program in
|Saturday, 02/26/2022||9.30 am||Men’s slalom, first run|
|Saturday, 02/26/2022||12.30 p.m||Men’s slalom, second run|
|Sunday, 02/27/2022||09.10 am||Men’s slalom, first run|
|Sunday, 02/27/2022||12.30 p.m||Men’s slalom, second run|
Men’s Alpine Skiing World Cup 2021/22: all results in men’s slalom at Garmisch-Partenkirchen
You can find out how alpine ski men are doing in slalom here in Garmisch-Partenkirchen Winter sports-Overview.
+++ February 26, 2022: Strasser sixth in first Garmish slalom – Kristofferson wins +++
Ski racer Linus Strasser missed out on a podium spot in the first of two Slalom World Cups in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The Munich man finished sixth in the German home race on Saturday. He was 1.01 seconds behind Henrik Kristofferson of Norway. Second was Swiss Loic Meillard (+0.14) ahead of Austrian Manuel Feller (+0.51). Millard’s compatriot Tangi Neff surprisingly advanced to the second round as leader, but was then eliminated. Thanks to Kristofferson’s success, there are already seven different winners this World Cup season after seven slaloms.
Six other German starts – including Alexander Schmid and Julian Rauchfuss, who had won Olympic silver in the mixed team event with Strasser a week earlier – did not make it to the second run. On Sunday is the second slalom at Gudiberg.
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