Alpine skiing: things are not going as expected for Swiss in Canada

Alpine skiing: things are not going as expected for Swiss in Canada

Marcel W. Peren (text) and Sven Thomman (photos)

Two runs in Lake Louise and preparations for the Super-G are not going as planned by the Swiss Ski Speed ​​Team. Because until a few days ago there was little snow on the desired training slope at Panorama (British Columbia), four-time overall Downhill World Cup winner Beat Fuse and his teammates had to train on a softer surface in the unpopular Nakiska. Ski Resort. On the track where Frenchman David Poisson collided with a tree and died four years ago due to poor safety precautions. That’s why ski mates reacted with relief when they got the green light for some units at Panorama on Friday.

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