The Swiss ski rider Beat Feuz has made the Hattrick on the legendary Streif, which conferring the German Speed team the Olympic General. Feuz celebrated in the second of the two departures of this weekend on Sunday his total third victory in the Hahnenkamm Race – in the previous year he had succeeded in a double success. Second, it was in the overall World Cup leading compatriot Marco Odmatt in front of the Austrian Daniel Hemetsberger. The Norwegian Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who had won the first shooting trip in Tyrol on Friday, finished six. The Germans disappointed again and missed the top ten again.
“I think I just wanted too much,” Rome said Baumann, who became the best of the German Quintet 15th. “I’ve done so much and then just drove loose skis,” explained the 36-year-old in the ARD. The challenging route and visual conditions did not want to take the World Cup second in the Super-G as an excuse. Always worried about his form two weeks before the Olympic Winter Games in China (4 to 20 February) but not. “The looseness will come again,” said Baumann. He now wool “not hang his head.”
Baumann’s teammates Josef Ferstl, Dominik Schwaiger and Simon Jocher took the ranks 20, 22 and 33. Departure Vice World Champion Andreas Sander continues in the power trait and found “not much positive” on his ride in place.
Unlike Friday, on which the route had been slightly shortened due to strong winds in the upper section, the drivers rushed down the slope this time from the original start. Frews, possibly also inspired by the birth of his second daughter a few days ago, the most feared slopes dominated the world best.
The race in the ticker…