News : Alpine skiing World Cup 2021 results: Super-G in Lenzerheide canceled due to fog and snowfall!

News : Alpine skiing World Cup 2021 results: Super-G in Lenzerheide canceled due to fog and snowfall!

Of the Alpine skiingWorld cup 2020/21 for women is drawing to a close. From March 17th to 21st, 2021, the alpine ski women will be guests in Lenzerheide (Switzerland), where the World Cup final will be held. There the athletes compete against each other in the downhill, super-G and slalom. Find out how women do in Switzerland here.

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Alpine Skiing World Cup for women 2020/21: schedule in Lenzerheide (Switzerland)

date Beginning place discipline TV broadcast / live stream
Wednesday, March 17th, 2021 1:45 p.m. Lenzerheide (Switzerland) Departure of the ladies called off
Thursday, March 18, 2021 9.30 a.m. Lenzerheide (Switzerland) Women’s Super G ARD, Eurosport, DAZN
Friday, March 19th, 2021 12:00 o’clock Lenzerheide (Switzerland) Team parallel

ARD, Eurosport, DAZN

Saturday, March 20th, 2021 10.30am / 1.30pm Lenzerheide (Switzerland) slalom ARD, Eurosport, DAZN
Sunday, March 21, 2021 9.00 a.m. / 12.00 p.m. Lenzerheide (Switzerland) Giant slalom ARD, Eurosport, DAZN

You can read the results of the Women’s Alpine Skiing World Cup here soon on!

+++ 03/18/2021: Super G race in Lenzerheide also canceled +++

After the descents, the two Super-Gs also fell victim to the weather at the World Cup final of the alpine ski racers in Lenzerheide. The organizers had to cancel the men’s and women’s events on Thursday after postponing them several times because too much fog on the track made safe races impossible.

With the rejection, the Austrian Vincent Kriechmayr secured the small crystal ball as the best discipline this winter. The double world champion won the cup 83 points ahead of Marco Odermatt from Switzerland. In the women’s category, world champion Lara Gut-Behrami was already the winner of the discipline before the season finale.

The Swiss, like her compatriot Odermatt, suffered another setback for the overall standings due to the renewed cancellation. There she is 96 points behind the leading Slovakian Petra Vlhova – she actually wanted to catch up in the two speed events. Before the remaining races in the giant slalom and slalom disciplines, their chances of hitting the big ball are minimal.

Odermatt is 31 points behind Alexis Pinturault. He can catch up with that in the giant slalom – but in the final slalom on Sunday the Frenchman is rated much more strongly than the Swiss.

+++ 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 will not be made up 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.

+++ 15.03.2021: Downhill ace Goggia before a surprising comeback at the season finale +++

The Italian ski racer Sofia Goggia is about to make a surprisingly quick comeback after her injury. The 28-year-old will take part in downhill training in Lenzerheide on Monday, as her association announced on Sunday. The season finale of several days is due in Switzerland next week, the last downhill of the Alpine World Cup winter is scheduled for Wednesday. In the past few days, Goggia has already successfully passed endurance tests in Livigno.

Goggia suffered a fracture of the tibia in his right knee in a fall next to the piste in Garmisch-Partenkirchen at the end of January and then missed the home World Cup in Cortina d’Ampezzo in February. She had previously won four of the first five downhill runs of the season. In the overall ranking of this discipline, the 2018 Olympic champion is still at the top despite her forced break, but only 70 points ahead of Swiss Corinne Suter. In order to win the small crystal ball, Goggia would have to finish eighth on her planned comeback in Lenzerheide.

+++ 13.03.2021: Ski ace Dürr just misses the podium in Are – Liensberger wins +++

Ski racer Lena Dürr only missed her first slalom podium in the Alpine World Cup by a hair’s breadth. The SV Germering athlete fell back from third to fourth place in the second round in Are on Saturday, but still celebrated her best career result in this discipline so far. In the end, she was 0.13 seconds behind third-placed Swiss Wendy Holdener (+1.65). The victory went to the furious world champion Katharina Liensberger from Austria in the second run ahead of the American Mikaela Shiffrin (+0.72). In the first of the two slaloms in Sweden on Friday Dürr was fifth.

Overall World Cup leader Petra Vlhova (+2.71) from Slovakia fought her way from 27th to eighth place in the second run on Saturday. Dürr’s teammate Andrea Filser (+3.51) took 21st place. The third German, Jessica Hilzinger, missed the final.

+++ 13.03.2021: Skier Dürr on the podium at the slalom in Are +++

Ski racer Lena Dürr could reach the podium in an individual World Cup in Are for the first time in eight years. The athlete from SV Germering is third at the halfway point of the second slalom in Sweden. Her gap to the leading American Mikaela Shiffrin is 0.68 seconds, her lead over fourth-placed Swiss Wendy Holdener 0.24 seconds.

Second after the first run on Saturday is world champion Katharina Liensberger from Austria (+0.19). Overall World Cup leader Petra Vlhova (+2.95) from Slovakia just qualified for the final (1.45 p.m.) after a gross mistake in 27th place – just like Dürr’s teammate Andrea Filser (+3.14) in 30th place The third German starter, Jessia Hilzinger, retired after a fall.

+++ March 12th, 2021: Skier Dürr is fifth again in Are – Vlhova +++

Ski ace Lena Dürr drove to her best World Cup result this winter in the first of two women’s slaloms this weekend in Are, Sweden. The athlete from SV Germering finished fifth on Friday, setting her best slalom result of 2015 in Maribor. Dürr was 1.67 seconds behind the Slovakian Petra Vlhova, who celebrated her second victory in a row, thereby extending her lead in the slalom classification and also taking the lead again. World champion Katharina Liensberger (+0.20) from Austria came in second, ahead of American Mikaela Shiffrin (+0.64).

Andrea Filser (+4.24) dropped from 19th place to 25th in the second round. The third German starter, Jessica Hilzinger, was eliminated in the final. Another slalom is scheduled in Are on Saturday. The season finale will then take place next week in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.

+++ 03/12/2021: Skier Dürr in slalom in Are on top ten course +++

Ski racer Lena Dürr has a good chance of finishing in the top ten in the first of two women’s slaloms this weekend in Are, Sweden. After the first run on Friday, the SV Germering athlete is sixth. She is 1.31 seconds behind the leading Slovakian Petra Vlhova, who would be back at the top of the overall World Cup with a win.

Second after the first round is the American Mikaela Shiffrin (+0.41) ahead of world champion Katharina Liensberger (+0.57) from Austria. The two other German starters, Andrea Filser (+2.62) as 19th and Jessica Hilzinger (+2.93) as 24th, also reached the final (4.30 p.m. / Eurosport and ZDF livestream).

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