Created: 11/27/2022Updated: 11/27/2022, 9:18 p.m
Of: Dominik Größwang, Tobias Ruf
The 2022/23 Alpine Skiing World Cup continues on Sunday. The men race in Lake Louise in the Super-G. It starts at 8:30 p.m., chiemgau24.de is part of the live ticker today.
Lake Louise – Im Men’s alpine skiing the second speed race is coming up on Sunday. Super-G races take place in Lake Louise, Canada. The race starts at 8:30 p.m., chiemgau24.de is today in the live ticker for alpine skiing with you.
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Alpine skiing in Lake Louise in the live ticker: The current interim result
|1. Marco Odermatt (Switzerland)||1:32.53 minutes|
|2. Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (Norway)||+0.37|
|3. Matthias Mayer (Austria)||+0.78|
Run: For Beat Feuz it is clearly not enough for the top three today. The Swiss doesn’t really get going and is only eleventh in the end.
Run: Vincent Kriechmayer’s run looked good for a long time, but then he made a mistake. That costs the Austrian so much time that he misses the podium.
Run: Aleksander Aamodt Kilde wants to know after his downhill win on Saturday. The Norwegian leads from the start, but then loses a little time. Unlike yesterday, he can no longer do well in the end, Odermatt remains the leader! Kilde takes second place.
Run: Raphael Haaser cannot repeat the performances shown previously and crosses the finish line in fifth place.
Run: The race continues, Matthias Mayer is the next driver on the track. He drives really well after the long break and is a lot faster than Rogentin.
Run: Mauro Caviezel is now being taken away by helicopter to be taken care of. Still, it looks like the injury isn’t as bad as first thought.
Run: Good news from Lake Louise! Mauro Caviezel is back on his feet and the helicopter does not have to be used. The Swiss was probably lucky again in misfortune.
Run: That’s very bitter. After his serious fall in Garmisch-Partenkirchen in 2021, in which he sustained a traumatic brain injury, the Swiss fell heavily again. We hope only the best for Caviezel. The race is stopped.
Run: Heavy fall by Mauro Caviezel! That looked really bad. The Swiss falls in the fourth sector and remains motionless on the slope. The doctors immediately rush to the driver.
Run: Switzerland is now celebrating a double lead. Stefan Rogentin may not be able to match Odermatt’s time, but he is ahead of Pinturault.
Run: Awesome run by Marco Odermatt! The Swiss makes almost no mistakes and crosses the finish line with an unbelievable lead of over a second! That’s an announcement.
Run: Justin Murisier is about to fall but just manages to stay on his skis. He still loses too much time as a result, so he can’t get close to the top three.
Run: And the next change of leadership. Alexis Pinturault masters the technically demanding part flawlessly and can afford a small slip at the end. The Frenchman is the new first.
Run: The first DSV athlete is on the slopes, what is Romed Baumann doing now? Yes, that looks great! In the end, he actually breaks the time set in Paris and just barely takes the lead.
Run: Next up is Dominik Paris, who fell on the downhill yesterday. Today the Italian wants to know, he crosses the finish line more than half a second ahead!
Run: The race begins! The first driver on the track is Frenchman Blaise Giezendanner, who sets the first time with 1:34.89 minutes. After the next runners we will see what this time is worth.
Before the race: Six DSV athletes are starting today. Romed Baumann starts with starting number three, followed by Andreas Sander (19), Josef Ferstl (21), Simon Jocher (25) and Thomas Dreßen (31). Luis Vogt graduates at the age of 60.
Before the race: just under a quarter of an hour to go, then the men’s Super-G will start today. Today the conditions are a little bit better than yesterday, it’s ready for an exciting competition.
Before the race: Hello and welcome to the live ticker for alpine skiing today in Lake Louise. The men’s Super-G is about to start. At 8:15 p.m. we start reporting in the live ticker.
Alpine skiing today in the live ticker: the preliminary report on the race
Then the German team wants that confirm the strong start to the season on Saturday. Above all Thomas Dreßen shone in his comeback after almost 1000 days absence in the World Cup.
Alpine skiing today in the live ticker: Dreßen enters the World Cup standard in the first race
The man from Mittenwald immediately took eighth place, breaking the internal World Cup standard set by the German Ski Association and crossing the finish line was just under a second behind the winner, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde from Norway. Of the Super-G is not Dreßen’s parade disciplinebut he still wants to confirm his good form on Sunday.
Dreßen starts the race with starting number 31, the first German will then be Romed Baumann with the 3. The veteran showed a strong descent in tenth and can be rated as similarly high in the Super-G.
Alpine skiing today in the live ticker: Schwaiger has to watch despite the strong descent
Seven DSV runners took part in the downhill, in the Super-G he German Ski Association only six starting places. Dominik Schwaiger, who finished twelfth on Saturday, will not be driving on Sunday.
In addition to Dreßen and Baumann, Andreas Sander (car number 19), Josef Ferstl (21), Simon Jocher (25) and youngster Luis Vogt (60) will start the race from 8:30 p.m. In the high-class German speed team every race can also be the reference value for further assignmentsso good results are all the more important.
Next to the Norwegian Kilde, the favorites to win are the Austrians Matthias Mayer and Daniel Hemetsberger, also the Swiss Marco Odermatt and Beat Feuz are very popular. Here is the start list
The second speed race of the World Cup 2022/23 in men’s alpine skiing starts at 8:30 p.m., chiemgau24.de is included in the live ticker for alpine skiing. The women will also drive in North America on Saturday, the third slalom of the 2022/23 season will be held in Killington.