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Paris and Cass off the catwalk! Kriechmayr wins – OA Sport

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11.00: That’s it for now, thanks for following us. Close date ladies on the slope and see you tomorrow at Super-G that promises a show. Good day!

10.57: This is the overall standings for the World Cup when there are three races remaining:

1 Odermat Marco Soi 1842
2 KILDE Alexander Aamodt NOR 1280
3 Christophersen Henrik Noor 1014
4 KRIECHMAYR Vincent AUT 953
5 Millard Lowick SUI 831
6 BRAATHEN Lucas NOR 824
7 PINTURAULT Alexis FRA 764
8 Schwarz Marco Ot 714
9 Filler Manuel ot 506
10 Crawford James was 462

10.54: This is the final World Cup downhill classification:

1 KILDE Alexander Aamodt NOR 760
2 Krechmeyer Vincent ot 614
3 Odermat Marco SUI 462
4 Clari Johan Phra 343
5 Crawford James had 326
6 issues of Mattia ETA 288
7 Hintermann Niels Soi 267
8 Bowman Romed Gear 244
9 Heimtsberger Daniel Ott 239
10 Cheddar Florian Etta 222

10.52: This is the final rating for soldo percentages:

1 KriechMAYR Vincent AUT 1:26.59.26
2 Bowman Rommed Gear 1: 26.68 +0.09.2018
3 Sander Andreas Gere 1: 26.72 +0.13
4 HEMETSBERGER Daniel AUT 1: 26.82 +0.23
5 Paris Dominique Eta 1: 26.86 +0.27.27
6 Cup Mattia Eta 1: 26.89 +0.30.00
6 KILDE Aleksander Aamodt NOR 1: 26.89 +0.30
8 STRIEDINGER Otmar AUT 1: 26.99 +0.40.40
9 SCHIEDER Florian ITA 1: 27.05 +0.46.46
10 HINTERMANN Niels SUI 1: 27.09 +0.50
11 SEJERSTED Adrian Smiseth NOR 1: 27.23 +0.64.27.23
12 Clary Johan Phra 1: 27.31 +0.72.00
13 Crawford James CAN 1: 27.35 +0.76
14 Alexander Cameron Can 1:27.59 +1.00
15 Dermat Marco Soi 1: 27.60 +1.01.2020

10.51: The young Slovenian Aznoh closes with a delay of 2 “49 and enters the 25th and last place. The race ends here, Kretschmeyer wins, the two Germans on the podium, Baumann and Sander. Three of the Azzurri are in the top ten: Paris fifth, Cass sixth, Scheder ninth

10.50: The French Pinturault closes with a delay of 2″ 18 which is the 24th and last. Now the last one left, Aznouh

10.49: Austria’s Schwarz is 16th and closes with a 1″ 13 delay and won’t score any points. Now Pinturault

10.48: Schwartz in the middle has an 83-cent delay

10.47: At the finish line, Allegre accumulates a delay of 1″ 60 which is 18th. Alan Schwartz

10.47: Allegri is in the middle, 9 tenths behind

10.45: Canadian Alexander closes in with exactly one second delay on the 14th, and may be able to score points. happy time

10.43: Alexander has an average delay of 35 cents

10.42: At the finish line, German Ferstl’s No. 18 closes at 1″ 98 from the head. Now Alexander

10.41: 1″ 44 delay for Goldberg at the finish line, 16th for him. Alan Verstel

10.40: Goldberg lags the mean by 33 cents

10.39: Switzerland’s Rogenten closes 2 late at 17. Alan Goldberg

10.38: Rogentine in the middle has a delay of 98 cents

10.37. Big lag for French Theaux who closes in 2″ 02 late and takes 17th place. Alan Rogenten

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10.36: Theaux is 82 cents late in the average

10.35: Lots of fouls for Norwegian Sejersted who closes 64 cents late on 11th. now tho

10.34: Sejersted’s argument is delayed by 7 cents

10.34: This is the ranking after the first 15 touchdowns. Sejersted time:

1 KriechMAYR Vincent AUT 1:26.59.26
2 Bowman Rommed Gear 1: 26.68 +0.09.2018
3 Sander Andreas Gere 1: 26.72 +0.13
4 HEMETSBERGER Daniel AUT 1: 26.82 +0.23
5 Paris Dominique Eta 1: 26.86 +0.27.27
6 Cup Mattia Eta 1: 26.89 +0.30.00
6 KILDE Aleksander Aamodt NOR 1: 26.89 +0.30
8 STRIEDINGER Otmar AUT 1: 26.99 +0.40.40
9 SCHIEDER Florian ITA 1: 27.05 +0.46.46
10 HINTERMANN Niels SUI 1: 27.09 +0.50

10.32: Even the Swiss Hintermann loses a lot in the final and closes half a second from the Austrian and enters the tenth place

10.30: Hintermann has a 2-cent advantage in the median

10.29: The blue Schiedere lost something a bit too much in the final, it was 12 cents from Kriechmayr in the final reveal, then closed 49 cents behind in ninth. Sin! Now Hintermann

10.28: In the intermediate period, Cheddar is behind by 2 tenths

10.27: Frenchman Cleary lost a lot in the final, as well as in the last race of his career. It is ninth with a 72 cent delay and a soldeo audience salute. Now cheddar

10.26: Clarey has an 8-cent advantage in the middle

10.25: A disappointing test for the Swiss Odermatt who says goodbye to the dream of winning the record in one season (he will still be able to equal it): he is tenth in 1″01 from the top. Cleary now

10.24: Delay in Odermat 76 cents

10.23: Canada’s Crawford limits the damage in the second segment but closes 79 cents behind and enters ninth. now odermat

10.22: Quarterback Crawford trailed by 41 cents

10.20: American Ganong finished his last touchdown of his career with a delay of 1 “82 and 10th. Applause for the White Circus Salute Act! Alan Odermatt

10.20: Delay of 51 cents on the intermediate route of Ganong

10.18: The second part of the brilliant race for the Austrian Kriechmayr, who took the lead by 9 cents. She fell 6 tenths behind Bowman and finished second in the World Cup standings. Now Ganong

10.17: Krechmere is behind the average by about 51 cents

10.16: Blue Casse also recovers a lot in the final, finishing equal fifth with Kilde at 21 cents a head. Too bad for a small error before average. Now Kriechmayr

10.15: Casse has a 35-cent delay in middle school

10.15: The speed of the cashiers

10.13: Austrian Hemetsberger also recovered in the final stage and with a 14-cent delay entered third, knocking Paris off the podium. Now Cass

10.12: Hemetsberger trailed in the middle 32 cents

10.11: Going down without much determination on Norway’s Kelde who recovered something in the final and finished 21 cents behind, he is fourth behind Paris. Now Hemetsberger

10.10: Kilde in Intermediate has a lag of 20 cents

10.09: American Cochran-Siegle never finds the right tempo and finishes 1″ 35 behind and takes fifth place. Alan Keeld

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10.08: Cochran-Siegle falls behind in Intermediate by 1 35

10.07: The Paris Blues continue to lose, which failed to repeat the 2019 test and will finish the World Cup without downhill podiums. It’s the third at the moment. Now Cochran-Siegel

10.06: Paris is 14 cents behind in the intermediate period

10.06: Paris above in line with Bowman

10.05: Not perfect lines for Germany’s Sander in the final. Closes in second place, 4 cents from Bowman. Now Paris

10.04: In the argument, the sander has an advantage of 12 cents

10.03: Austrian Striedinger lost a lot in the final stage, 31 cents behind him. Sander now

10.02: In the middle period, Striedinger has an advantage of 4 cents

10.01: No errors specified, German Baumann close test with a time of 1’26” 68. Now Striedinger

10.00: Bowman’s concert

9.58: It’s sunny in Soldeu, -1 temp at the finish line, perfect situation

9.55: Three Azzurri at the start: In addition to Dominique Paris, Mattia Kaas and Florian Scheder are aiming for a prestigious result, and they have already reached the podium this season.

9.52: Dominique Paris is looking for redemption after disappointing performances in the early part of the season and has also shown that he sorts the context after finishing round two in fourth place.

9.49: This is the starting order for the soldo ratios:

1 51215 Romed Baumann 1986 Ger Salomon
2 54005 STRIEDINGER Otmar 1991 AUT Salomon
3 200379 Sander Andreas 1989 Gear Atomic
4 291459 Paris Dominique 1989 ETA Nordica
5 6530319 COCHRAN-SIEGLE Ryan 1992 USA President
6 422139 KILDE Aleksander Aamodt 1992 NOR Atomic
7 53975 HEMETSBERGER Daniel 1991 AUT Fischer
8 990081 CASSE Mattia 1990 ITA Rossignol
9 53980 KRIECHMAYR Vincent 1991 AUT Head
10 530874 Gunung Travis 1988 USA Atomic
11 104531 Crawford James 1997 Can Head
12 512269 ODERMATT Marco 1997 on Stoeckli
13 191740 Clary Johan 1981 FRA Chief
14 6291625 SCHIEDER Florian 1995 ITA Atomic
15 512124 HINTERMANN Niels 1995 SUI Atomic
16 422310 SEJERSTED Adrian Smiseth 1994 NOR Atomic
17 192746 THEAUX Adrien 1984 FRA Head
18 512038 Stefan Rogenten 1994 SUI Fischer
19 934643 Jared Goldberg 1991 USA Rossignol
20 202059 FERSTL Josef 1988 GER Head
21 104537 Alexander Cameron 1997 Can Rossignol
22 194858 Allegre Nils 1994 FRA Salomon
23 54320 Schwarz Marco 1995 AUT Atomic
24 194364 PINTURAULT Alexis 1991 FRA Head
25 561435 AZNOH Rok 2002 SLO Atomic

9.46: Marco Odermatt dreamed of reaching the record of 14 victories in a season, a number no one else had achieved before, while with 13 he equaled some of the greats of the past. At the moment he is 11 and will therefore need to succeed today in order to then attempt the new record in his disciplines, Super-G and Giant

9.43: Attention also to the top three in the standings, Kilde, Kriechmayr and Odermatt who will want to finish high and to Austrian Marco Schwarz who has shown he loves this track and is increasingly turning into the downhills.

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9.39: Norway’s Adrian Smiseth Sejersted is the favorite after dominating the second Test. The Scandinavian has a chance to redeem Aspen’s disappointment as the race was canceled when he was leading the standings.

9.36: Instead, the other two places on the podium will be occupied by Kreşmere (514 points) and Adermatt (446 points) but it is not known in what order.

9.33: The World Cup finals are held on a snowboarding slope in Andorra, the final of the season already making its judgments with Norway’s Alexander Amodt Kelde taking home the trophy.

9.30: Good morning OA Sport friends, and welcome to the live broadcast of Soldeu downhill, valid for the 2022-2023 Men’s Alpine Skiing World Cup, the first round of the world circuit finals

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Program, schedules, TV and free streaming of Soldeu – Soldeu Finals Presentation – All Blues in Soldeu Finals – Soldeu Round 1 Proceedings – Soldeu Round 2 Proceedings – Men’s World Cup Standings – Soldeu World Cup Finals Calendar – Everyone qualified for the Soldeu World Cup Finals

Hey OA Sport friends, and welcome to the LIVE LIVE of the Soldeu downhill, valid for the 2022-2023 Men’s Alpine Ski World Cup, the first round of the world circuit finals. The World Cup finals are being held on the slope of the snow in Andorra, the last of the season which has already made its judgments with the Norwegian Alexander Amodt Kelde taking the trophy. On the other hand, the other two places on the podium will be allocated, which will be occupied by Kreşmere (514 points) and Adermatt (446 points) but it is not known in what order.

Norwegian Adrian Smiseth Sejersted is the favorite after dominating the second round. The Scandinavian has a chance to redeem Aspen’s disappointment as the race was canceled when he was leading the standings. Attention also to the top three in the standings, Kildee, Krechmeier and Adermatt who will want to finish the season in style and to Austrian Marco Schwarz who has shown that he loves this track and is turning more and more into the slopes.

Dominique Paris is looking for redemption after disappointing displays in the early part of the season and has also shown he can sort out the context after finishing fourth in Round Two. Three Azzurri start: in addition to Dominique Paris, Mattia Kaas and Florian Scheder are aiming for a prestigious result, and they have already reached the podium this season.

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