Wednesday , January 20 2021

Ski World Cup: 59th win! Hirscher wins slalom in Levi



Marcel Hirscher wins the first race of the season!

The seven-time World Cup champion in Slalom of Levi plays a high-class duel with Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) and, in the end, prevails with nine hundredths of an advantage. Hirscher and Kristoffersen lead in their own league, Olympic champion Andre Myhrer (SWE) is 1.41 seconds behind the third.

Michael Matt (+1.58), Christian Hirschbühl (+1.66), Manuel Feller (+1.70) and Marco Schwarz (+1.73) are in seventh for tenth place and guarantee a strong ÖSV result. ,

Johannes Strolz is the 15th world slalom champion and Marc Digruber is the 19th.

Men's Slalom Result in Levi >>>

For Hirscher it is after 2013 and 2016 his third victory in Lapland and his 59th World Cup victory in total. Eternal header >>>

wishes:

Marcel Hirscher: "The preparations over the past couple of years have been very special – under different circumstances, but it's great to see that it works too – the last step some people made mistakes – Michi gives me some important information. This was very important and he certainly has a part I usually came in too – but then I turned around and it went well, a change so generational, that we had in the slalom team, it takes time – but now the boys are all in. And you see: A mistake to less and there is still an Austrian on the podium. "

Manuel Feller: "The first two are a little too far, so you can say that you can be reasonably satisfied, and there are some people in the middle, so I think we still have some work to do, a top 10 result. The beginning is good, but it's not good what we expected, but it's good for the team but on the steep ascent, the track has already dropped quite a bit – I did not have the self-confidence to really accelerate – it was not an easy race – but the faster ones are up front again! "


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