News : Alpine Skiing World Cup 2021 – Results: After Downhill Cancellation! How are the men doing in the Super-G?


News : Alpine Skiing World Cup 2021 – Results: After Downhill Cancellation! How are the men doing in the Super-G?

Of the Alpine skiingWorld cup The men’s final 2020/21 is in full swing. The alpine ski men will be guests in Lenzerheide (Switzerland) from March 17th to 21st, 2021. There the athletes compete against each other in the downhill, super-G and slalom. Find out here how the gentlemen are doing in Switzerland.

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Men’s Alpine Skiing World Cup Final 2020/21: An overview of the schedule in Lenzerheide (Switzerland)

date Beginning place discipline TV broadcast / live stream
Wednesday, March 17th, 2021 12.15 p.m. Lenzerheide (Switzerland) World Cup Final

Departure

called off

Thursday, March 18, 2021

11.00 a.m.

Lenzerheide (Switzerland) World Cup Final Super-G

Eurosport, DAZN, ARD

Friday, March 19th, 2021

12:00 p.m.

Lenzerheide (Switzerland) Team event parallel

Eurosport, DAZN

Saturday, March 20th, 2021 9.00 a.m. / 12.00 p.m. Lenzerheide (Switzerland) World Cup Final

Giant slalom

Eurosport, DAZN, ARD
Sunday, March 21, 2021 10.30am / 1.30pm Lenzerheide (Switzerland) World Cup Final

slalom

Eurosport, DAZN, ARD

Men’s Alpine Skiing World Cup Final: All results from Lenzerheide in Switzerland

You can read the results of the Men’s Alpine Skiing World Cup here soon on news.de!

+++ 17.03.2021: World Cup runs in Lenzerheide canceled: balls to Feuz and Goggia +++

Due to persistent snowfall, the men’s and women’s runs have been canceled at the World Cup final of the alpine ski aces in Lenzerheide. Those responsible in Switzerland decided on Wednesday that the races could not be held.

Because the two races in the World Cup will not be made up for in this last week of the World Cup, the winners in the discipline ratings have also been determined: In the men’s category, Swiss Beat Feuz won the small crystal ball for the fourth time in a row. He won with 68 points ahead of Matthias Mayer from Austria.

The women’s trophy went to Olympic champion Sofia Goggia. The Italian prevailed 70 points ahead of world champion Corinne Suter from Switzerland. Goggia would have wanted to make her comeback in Lenzerheide after a knee injury to defend the crystal ball on the slopes. But that was no longer necessary.

In the battle for the overall standings, the cancellation means an advantage for the leaders Alexis Pinturault (France) and Petra Vlhova (Slovakia), who are technology specialists and now do not lose any points compared to their pursuers Marco Odermatt and Lara Gut-Behrami (both Switzerland). The two Super-Gs are scheduled for Thursday.

+++ 16.03.2021: World Cup final in Lenzerheide: downhill runs are questionable +++

Whether it comes to a showdown depends on the weather. The second downhill training session had to be canceled on Tuesday due to snowfall. In order to save the downhill runs on Wednesday, the compulsory training sessions have now been scheduled for the morning before the races. This in turn moved the jury backwards so that the men should start the race at 12.15 p.m. and the women at 1.45 p.m. (ARD and Eurosport respectively). It should be decided on Wednesday morning whether the departures can take place.

+++ March 16, 2021: Ten German ski racers nominated for the season finale in Lenzerheide +++

The German Ski Association (DSV) wants to start with three female and seven female athletes at the Alpine World Cup finals this week in Lenzerheide. At the end of the year, only those athletes who are below the top 25 in the World Cup ratings of the respective disciplines are allowed to start. For DSV these are Kira Weidle (Downhill and Super-G), Lena Dürr (Slalom), Romed Baumann, Andreas Sander (both Downhill and Super-G), Josef Ferstl (Super-G), Dominik Schwaiger (Downhill), Stefan Luitz, Alexander Schmid (both giant slalom) and Linus Straßer (slalom). Andrea Filser complements the German team for the team event.

+++ March 14th, 2021: Ski ace Straßer turns 14 in the snowstorm – French Noel wins +++

Ski racer Linus Straßer missed the top ten places in the snow flurry of Kranjska Gora. The man from Munich finished 14th in the penultimate World Cup slalom of the season in Slovenia on Sunday. He was 2.33 seconds behind the Frenchman Clement Noel, who won ahead of his compatriot Victor Muffat-Jeandet (+0.62). Third place went to Swiss Ramon Zenhäusern (+0.71). The Austrian Marco Schwarz (+1.69) secured the overall victory in the slalom classification with seventh place.

Strasser’s team mate Sebastian Holzmann (+2.92) fought his way from 30th to 19th place in the second run despite heavy snowfall and difficult track and visibility conditions. Anton Tremmel, Julian Rauchfuß and Fabian Himmelsbach were eliminated in the first round.

+++ March 14th, 2021: Ski ace Straßer in the snow flurry of Kranjska Gora 13th for the time being +++

After the first run of the World Cup slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, ski racer Linus Straßer is in 13th place. He is 1.74 seconds behind the leading Frenchman Clement Noel, but he is only 0.28 seconds short of the tenth-placed South Tyrolean Alex Vinatzer. Second is the Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen (+0.49) ahead of the Swiss Ramon Zenhäusern (+0.56). Strasser’s team-mate Sebastian Holzmann (+3.99) also just reached the final (12.30 p.m.) in 30th place despite heavier snowfall and difficult slope and visibility conditions. Anton Tremmel, Julian Rauchfuß and Fabian Himmelsbach were eliminated.

+++ 13.03.2021: Ski racer Luitz in Kranjska Gora in the top ten – Odermatt wins +++

Ski racer Stefan Luitz finished in the top ten at the World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. The SC Bolsterlang athlete worked his way up from 15th to tenth place in the second round on Saturday. He was 1.53 seconds behind the Swiss Marco Odermatt, who with his victory also took the lead in the giant slalom classification.

Odermatt’s compatriot Loic Meillard (+1.06) came in second, ahead of Austrian Stefan Brennsteiner (+1.09) and French Alexis Pinturault (+1.11), who is just ahead of Odermatt, who is just ahead of Odermatt. Alexander Schmid from Allgäu (+1.68) fell back from seventh to eleventh place in the second run. The third German starter, Julian Rauchfuß, missed the final.

+++ 13.03.2021: Alpine ace Schmid in Kransjka Gora on top ten course +++

Ski racer Alexander Schmid has a good chance of finishing in the top ten at the World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. After the first run on Saturday, the Allgäu is in seventh place. He is 0.88 seconds behind the leading Swiss Loic Meillard. Second is French overall World Cup leader Alexis Pinturault (+0.11) ahead of Austrian Stefan Brennsteiner (+0.52). Schmid’s team-mate Stefan Luitz (+1.45) is in 15th place at halftime. The third German starter, Julian Rauchfuß (+3.52), missed the final as 44th (12.30pm).

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