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Ski in the Alps, Italy Triple Haunt in Crans-Montana. Paris dreams of success in Kitzbuehel – OA Sport

The Sunday of the Alpine Ski World Cup is divided between the Kitzbuehel downhill and the super-G of Crans Montana. Two races are long awaited by Italy, with the Azores presenting themselves at the starting gate with great ambitions and the possibility of playing the Mameli anthem again on the top of the stage.

Case that Sophia Jogia She has already lived twice in a row on Swiss snow by Crans Montana and Bergamo-born dreams with a thrilling thriller, adding to success in the supernatural. This season, however, Jogia struggled in the specialty, finishing seventh in Val d’Isere and Saint Anton’s knockout.

Hat-trick for Italy doesn’t just come with Sofia Gogia, Given that Crans-Montana is a track that goes well with the technical qualities of the Blue. Marta Pacino rested yesterday to only reach 100% today, but Federica Brignoni and Elena Cortone are also among the favorites to win the final.

It should also be noted that The Blue’s direct opponents are not 100%.. Lara Gott Bahrami, at the top of the specialist ranking, accused of back pain; As for the Czech Ester Ledecka, we need to understand how she will recover from yesterday’s slope collapse; On the other hand, Corinne Sutter from Switzerland has had a very disappointing weekend so far and doesn’t seem to be adapting well to the Crans-Montana route. Then interest also Petra Felhova, Who shone a cliff and could say his words, even for victory, in the supernatural giant.

In Kitzbühel we try again. Bad weather prevailed yesterday, but the organizers and the FIS did not want to cancel the legendary landing on Streif. Revolutionary program with transformation on Monday, when the giant happens. Therefore, today, the space for the second free climb after the Friday that saw the victory of the Swiss Pete Fuse against Austrian Matthias Mayer and Dominic Paris.

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South Tyrolean seeks fifth win over Streif It would be the fourth poker slope that would make him a legend. Friday’s signs were positive, with Paris fully recovering and regaining its pre-injury luster. There might still be a little bit of brilliance, but Dominic can really aim for the big goal.

Fuse and Meyer are clearly re-emerging as candidates, but the spotlight is also on the Austrian Vincent KrishmaierVery disappointed first get off. The crash knocked Ryan Cochran-Siegle out of the game, but the United States could play the game Travis Janong Not to forget the Germans, Romed Bowman and Andreas Sander. Streif is ready to reopen for writing another page of history.

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