16.27: In the intermediate period St-Germain is 47 cents late
16.26: The disadvantage of the Austrian Truppe continues to increase, closing at 1 “03 from Shiffrin and is eighth, last. St-Germain time
16.26: Truppe has a delay of 46 cents in the intermediate
16.25: Swedish Swenn Larsson loses a lot in the second part of the race, which closes in fifth place 38 cents from Shiffrin. However, they are all very close! Now Troops
16.24: Swenn Larsson in the intermediate has a delay of 9 cents
16.24: The Slovenian Bucik continues to lose, accumulating 1 second of delay and is sixth. Now Swenn Larsson
16.23: Bucik in the intermediate is 56 cents behind
16.22: The Swiss Holdener loses to Shiffrin but still remains in second place at 21 cents from the American
16.21. In the intermediate Holdener has an advantage of 6 cents
16.21: Vlhova loses again in the second part of the race and is third at 31 cents from the US. now Holdener
16.20: Vlhova is 25 cents late in the intermediate
16.19. The German Duerr loses a little in the second part and closes 65 cents behind Shiffrin. Now Vlhova
16.19: Duerr has 56 cents of delay in the intermediate
16.17. Not perfect Shiffrin who loses something in the final and closes with an advantage of 22 cents. Now Duerr
16.16: In the intermediate period, Shiffrin has an advantage of 28 cents
16.15: The Austrian Liensberger does not appear particularly precise and closes with 50 “57, almost like yesterday’s giant. Now Shiffrin
16.14: A few clouds over Killington, the temperature -1 degree
16.12: The first heat will be designed by the Norwegian coach Pernille Lindman, the second by the Swiss Christian Brill
16.10: For the blue slalom skiers, the goal is always to gain access to the second heat. Anita Gulli has already succeeded twice and has the chance to make three of a kind. They also expect signals from the other Italians, with Brignone and Bassino who could be at the start of the slalom to improve the collective performance a little.
16.07: There are 59 athletes at the start. This is the starting list:
1 56388 LIENSBERGER Katharina 1997 AUT Rossignol
2 6535237 SHIFFRIN Mikaela 1995 USA Atomic
3 206355 DUERR Lena 1991 GER Head
4 705423 VLHOVA Petra 1995 SVK Rossignol
5 516280 HOLDENER Wendy 1993 SUI Head
6 565401 BUCIK Ana 1993 SLO Salomon
7 506146 SWENN LARSSON Anna 1991 SWE Chief
8 56315 TROOPS Katharina 1996 AUT Fischer
9 107427 ST-GERMAIN Laurence 1994 CAN Rossignol
10 155728 DUBOVSKA Martina 1992 CZE Kaestle
11 426100 HOLTMANN Mina Fuerst 1995 NOR Atomic
12 107798 NULLMEYER Ali 1998 CAN Atomic
13 516284 GISIN Michelle 1993 SUI Salomon
14 385096 POPOVIC Leona 1997 CRO Voelkl
15 506399 HECTOR Sara 1992 SWE Chief
16 56253 HUBER Katharina 1995 AUT Fischer
17 539909 MOLTZAN Paula 1994 USA Rossignol
18 516562 RAST Camille 1999 SUI Salomon
19 426187 LYSDAHL Kristin 1996 NOR Rossignol
20 426193 STJERNESUND Thea Louise 1996 NOR Rossignol
21 107747 SMART Amelia 1998 CAN Atomic
22 196806 SOMEONE IS Nastasia 1988 BY Salomon
23 56333 MAIR Chiara 1996 AUT Voelkl
24 426043 TVIBERG Maria Theresa 1994 NOR Chief
25 385116 LJUTIC Zrinka 2004 CRO Rossignol
26 507109 ARONSSON ELFMAN Hanna 2002 SWE Rossignol
27 516504 DANIOTH Aline 1998 ON Stoeckli
28 225518 GUEST Charlie 1993 GBR Fischer
29 565491 DVORNIK Neja 2001 SLO Fischer
30 56344 SPORER Marie-Therese 1996 AUT Atomic
31 297601 BRIGNONE Federica 1990 ITA Rossignol
32 56392 GRITSCH Franziska 1997 AUT Head
33 507168 AICHER Emma 2003 ITA Chief
34 516528 MEILLARD Melanie 1998 ON Rossignol
35 355061 HILZINGER Jessica 1997 GER Chief
36 206497 FILSER Andrea 1993 GER Voelkl
37 6295075 DELLA MEA Lara 1999 ITA
38 516426 STOFFEL Elena 1996 ON Dynastar
39 225525 TILLEY Alex 1993 GBR Kaestle
40 108095 ALEXANDER Kiki 2001 CAN Rossignol
41 6536895 SUNSHINE Ava 2002 USA Atomic
42 198176 LAMURE Marie 2001 FRA Rossignol
43 299983 GULLI Anita 1998 ITA Voelkl
44 6295165 ROSSETTI Marta 1999 ITA Chief
45 6535773 O BRIEN Nina 1997 USA Rossignol
46 805009 CORNERS Lara 2006 WHITE Blizzard
47 206532 SCHMOTZ Marlene 1994 GER Fischer
48 307493 ANDO Asa 1996 JPN Atomic
49 6536171 HENSIEN Katie 1999 USA Rossignol
50 155962 SOMMEROVA Elese 2001 JUN
51 56551 EGGER Magdalena 2001 AUT Head
52 56517 ASTNER Nina 2000 AUT Fischer
53 415205 HUDSON Piera 1996 NZL Dynastar
54 6536392 HURT AJ 2000 USA Head
55 197616 ALPHAND Estelle 1995 SWE Head
56 35222 BARUZZI FARRIOL Francesca 1998 ARG Rossignol
57 65108 NELLES Matilde 1997 BEL
58 426324 MONSEN Mars 2000 NOR Rossignol
59 197651 DIREC Clara 1995 FRA Dynasta
16.04: Then there is Austria’s desire for redemption, after the controversy over the debut of the World Cup, with the criticisms of the technical staff against Liensberger and his companions.
16.01: In Levi, however, there was also a battle with other athletes fighting for victory. Among these certainly the Swiss Wendy Holdener, always looking for the first career success in the specialty (30 podiums), the German Lena Duerr and the Swedish Anna Swenn Larsson, second in the first Finnish slalom.
15.57: Shiffrin still presents itself as the woman to beat in the slalom, with Petra Vlhova, four times second in the past, who will try to stop the rival’s hegemony.
15.54;: Mikaela Shiffrin is also unbeaten in slalom this season as she won both races that were held in the last few weeks in Levi in Finland
15.51: Mikaela Shiffrin is unbeaten in slalom on the American track, since she has always won in all the races held between the narrow posts on these snows.
15.48: This is the third appointment with narrow doors in the men’s world circuit in this troubled first part of the alpine skiing season, after yesterday’s giant.
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Hello OA Sport friends, and welcome to the LIVE LIVE of the Killington slalom (United States), valid for the 2022-2023 Women’s Alpine Skiing World Cup. This is the third appointment with narrow doors in the men’s world circuit in this troubled first part of the alpine skiing season, after yesterday’s giant.
Mikaela Shiffrin she is unbeaten in slalom on the American track, since she has always won in all the races held between the narrow posts. After Levi’s brace, Shiffrin still presents herself as the woman to beat in Sunday’s slalom, with Petra Vlhova, four times second in the past, who will try to stop the rival’s hegemony.
However, in Levi there was a battle with other athletes fighting for victory. Among these is certainly Switzerland Wendy Holdeneralways looking for the first career success in the specialty (30 podiums), the German Lena Duerr and Swedish Anna Swenn Larsson, second in the first Finnish slalom. Then there is Austria’s desire for redemption, after the controversy over the World Cup debut, with the criticisms of the coaching staff against Liensberger and his teammates.
For the blue slalom skiers, the goal is always to gain access to the second heat. Anita Gulli has already succeeded twice and has the chance to make three of a kind. Signals are also expected from the other Italians, with Brignone and Bassino who could be at the start in the slalom to improve the collective performance a little.
OA Sport offers you the LIVE LIVE from the giant of Killington (United States), valid for the 2022-2023 Men’s Alpine Skiing World Cup: minute after minute, descent after descent so you really don’t miss anything. First run at 16.00, second run at 19.00. Good fun!