It’s Winter Sports on Sunday – Sports Around the World

It's Winter Sports on Sunday - Sports Around the World

BERLIN (DPA) – After some strong performances by German Winter Games enthusiasts the day before, good results can be expected again for today’s Sunday.

This is especially true in the combined Nordic after the German triple success, but victories in bobsleigh, tobogganing and ski jumping are also possible.

Biathlete Denise Herrmann and cross-country skier Katharina Hennig are also eagerly awaiting races.

This is what wine games bring on Sunday:

biathlon

World Cup in Ostersund, Sweden

11.00: Sprint 7.5km, Women
1.45 hrs: Sprint 10km, Men (ZDF and Eurosport)

After finishing third in the individual, Dennis Herrmann hopes for another top result in the sprint. In terms of running, the 32-year-old is not in top form yet, she wants to make it to the Olympics. But if things go well again at the shooting range, she will be at the forefront. Franziska Preuss, who often misses out on personal matters, wants to do better. After just two top 20 spots for Justus Strello and Roman Reus, the men are expected to have more luck in the ten-kilometer-plus race.

Alpine Skiing

World Cup in Killington, USA

3.45 p.m.: Slalom, women’s, first round (Eurosport/ZDF stream)
6.45 pm: Slalom, women’s, second round (Eurosport/ZDF stream)

World Cup in Lake Louise, Canada

Super G, Men (Eurosport/ZDF stream) at 8.15 hrs

Is Lena Durr still in great form? After her two surprising thirds at Levi’s last weekend, the Munich-based woman belongs to an expanded circle of favorites in Killington and is aiming for the next podium in US ski star Mikaela Schiffrin’s home race. Emma Eichner, who is looking to fix her Olympic qualification, is also at it once again. Organizers are expecting better weather than the day before – the giant slalom was canceled due to strong gusts of wind. The men’s around World Cup runners-up, Andreas Sander and Romed Baumann, starts in Canada.

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Nordic Skiing / Combination

Stopped, World Cup in Finland

9.10 am: Individual, Jumping, Men (Eurosport) 3:05 pm: Individual, 10km cross-country skiing, Men (ZDF and Eurosport)

Germany’s Combiners are back on top of the world and have made perfect use of the failure of Norway’s Jarl Magnus Riber. On Saturday, Terence Weber, Eric Frenzel and Vinzenz Geiger had triple success. Weber also wears the yellow jersey before the third person on Sundays. Dominator Rebar will be back on Sunday—and thanks to his excellent overall package, he’s definitely a favorite.

cross country skiing

Stopped, World Cup in Finland

10:20 am: 10km pursuit freestyle, women’s (ZDF and Eurosport)
12.30 pm: 15km pursuit freestyle, men’s (Eurosport)

The result is encouraging: Katharina Hennig surprisingly finished third in the classic technique and thus achieved an Olympic standard right from the start. In two works on Sunday, however, free technique, which is not as good as the Hennig classic. National coach Peter Schlickenrieder was excited about his team’s debut.

ski jumping

Stopped, World Cup in Finland

4.15 pm: Big Hill, 1st/2nd Passage, Men (ZDF and Eurosport)

Karl Geiger and Markus Eisenbichler are already in good shape even in the cold Finland. After their places three (EC) and five (Geiger) on Saturday, the podium will again be targeted at someone else. Norwegian Halvoor Agner Grenrud and Japanese Ryoyu Kobayashi are considered to be the strongest competitors, both of whom have won the season. Grenaud surprisingly didn’t qualify for Saturday in person, but should return now. On Saturday, the winner Kobayashi was in awe of his impressive flight of 143 metres.

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BOB

World Cup in Innsbruck / Igleso

10:00 AM, Two-Men Bobsleigh, Women’s Round
11.30 am, two-man bobsleigh, women’s, second round (ZDF at around 12.25 pm)

2.00 pm, four-man bobsleigh, first run 3.30 pm, four-man bobsleigh, second run (ZDF approx 3.45 pm)

The focus is on the debut of Germany’s fastest runner in bobsleigh by Olympic champion Mariama Jamanka. Alexandra Burghart is excited after training: “It was an overwhelming adrenaline rush and a new form of speed,” she said. For double Olympic champion Francesco Frederick, everything is day-to-day business. He wants to get his second win in the second race in the Premier Class.

tobogganing

world cup sochi

8:50 am: Single seater, Men’s Round 1
10.25 am: Single-seater, men’s second round (ZDF 1:05 pm)
12.30 pm: Staffel, mixed (ZDF at 13.20 pm)

German luge riders have been particularly challenged in the second race of the season in Sochi, following Yanqing’s triple victory in the first match of the World Cup at the Beijing Olympic Track. On the Russian track at the 2020 World Cup, the German men went empty handed. Last weekend Johannes Ludwig was the winner, Felix Loch second and Max Langen on the podium. “The track is 10 km/h faster, you drive at top speed, you see, and some of them have had a hard time training,” said Ludwig, who won the overall World Cup last season. was in second place.

and otherwise:

short track

World Cup in Dordrecht, Netherlands
1000 meters, gentlemen
1000 m, female
2000 m Staffel Mixed, Mixed
3000m Relay, Women’s
5000 meter relay, men

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video

World Cup in Chongli, China

06.00 AM:
Snowboard Cross Singles, Men
Snowboard Cross Singles, Women’s

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