First descent of Wengen, Paris disappoints. Kilde wins

Alexander Aamodt Source

Wengen, January 14, 2022 – Lauberhorn under the sun. Wengen in its best version in the first of the two free descents scheduled for the world cup weekend. The first, today’s one, was held in a reduced version to protect the athletes from fatigue given the weekend full of competitions, starting just above the Hundschopf. Tomorrow instead room for the complete descent. The signal was sent by Aleksander Aamodt Source who triumphed in front of Marco Odermatt. Back the Italians.

Perfect Kilde, scary Odermatt

The Norwegian Source he kept his promises on the eve, even if he had to suffer from the descent of an increasingly convincing Marco in speed Odermatt. Born a gigantist, the Swiss is now competitive even in free super g and even today he is frightening. Kilde, however, made good use of the Kernen S and above all the central corners to be connected: a deserved victory in 1’42 “42, with 19 cents ahead of Odermatt. A Swiss brace did not arrive at home due to Kilde, but the Swiss placed also Feuz in third place 46 cents late, leaving Austria off the podium with Hemetsberger, Franz e Mayer fourth, fifth and sixth respectively. The Italians are far from the podium. Dominik Paris he finished in ninth position at the end of an imprecise test especially in the central corners after he had been ahead in the upper part, for him the delay is 1 “from the top. Christof also struggled Innerhofer, fast in the Kernen S thanks to his technique but late in the line in the central area, with an error that took him behind for several meters: for him 1 “31 late and thirteenth place. Behind him also Mattia Casse, sixteenth at 1 “48. In the ranking of specialties Kilde parades the red bib in Paris.

[display-posts orderby="comment_count"]

Read also – Sci, Shiffrin queen of Schladming

[display-posts orderby="rand"]

Leave a Comment