Norwegian Alexander Amoudt Source, the winner of the great crystal ball two seasons ago, repeated victory in just 24 hours by scoring on Saturday World Cup relegation Of the disputed alpine skiing in Beaver Creek (US), where on Friday he won the second of the two giants that featured the aforementioned Colorado station.
SourceThe 29-year-old claimed his eighth World Cup victory – his second of the season – by covering 2,501 meters of the legendary “bird of prey” – starting at 3,483 meters and by 753 – in one minute 39 seconds. and 63 percent, 66 less than the Austrian Matthias Meyer; In the Test, the Swiss Victor Fuse – the winner of the last four World Cups of discipline – took third place and one second and one hundredth behind the Norwegian.
Italians Matthew Marsaglia (at 1.20) and Dominique Paris (at 1.23) they finished fourth and fifth, respectively, this Saturday, in the 1999 and 2015 World Cup season; where the swiss Marco Adermatt, leader of the general, fifteenth place.
odermat, 24, now leads the World Cup with 346 points, 36 points behind Mayer. With 117 over Keldy, who is already third in the regularity competition.
Meyer He leads the relegation rankings with 180 points, 51 points behind Kildare and sixty ahead of Fuse.
This Sunday there will be another World Cup relegation game in Beaver Creek. This Saturday, American Ryan Cochran-Siegel finished sixth, ahead of Swiss Nils Huntermann, Austrian Daniel Heimitzberger and Vincent Krechmeier in eighth and ninth place, respectively.
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