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10.44 Our LIVE LIVE stops here. We will resume the story of the Garmisch-Partenkirchen slalom starting at 12.05, start of the second run at 12.30 precisely. Thank you for following the race in our company, we will see you later!

10.41 Here are the results halfway through the race:

1 Loic Meillard (Switzerland) 53 ”76
2 Johannes Strolz (Austria) +0 ”51
2 Ramon Zenhaeusern (Switzerland) +0 ”51
4 Joaquim Salarich (Spain) +0 ”55
5 Alexis Pinturault (France) +0 ”69
6 Sebastian Foss-Solevaag (Norway) +0 ”80
6 Manuel Feller (Austria) +0 ”80
8 Henrik Kristoffersen (Norway) +0 ”88
9 Istok Rodes (Croatia) +1 ”00
10 Marc Digruber (Austria) +1 ”08
14 Giuliano Razzoli +1 “21
17 Alex Vinatzer +1 “34
25 Tommaso Sala +1 ”68
31 Stefano Gross +1 “95
36 Simon Maurberger +2 “29
DNF Federico Liberatore
DNF Tobias Kastlunger

10.38 We are moving towards the end of the first heat, only two athletes still have to go down.

10.37 Many flaws for the young blue lever, the gap at the penultimate photocell exceeded 3 “. Then the exit.

10.35 Our Tobias Kastlunger left, the last Italian at the start!

10.32 On the edge of the abyss now there is the Austrian Dominik Raschner (+1 ”91). Outside the transalpine Steven Amiez who was a real threat.

10.30 The Swiss Fadri Janutin (twenty-ninth at +1 “80), regular of the European Cup circuit, eliminates our Stefano Gross …

10.29 Another blue is still missing, Tobias Kastlunger. It will start between nine athletes.

10.27 As not mentioned, Spain steals the show again: Juan Del Campo twenty-seventh (+1 ”74). Two consecutive qualifications by two Iberians had never seen each other … And Gross now risks!

10.25 Stefano Gross resists in twenty-ninth position (+1 ”96). At the moment the Canadian Liam Wallace is holding on in thirtieth position (+2 ”11).

10.24 The Iberian’s bib was 49… Meanwhile, the French Paco Rassat, twenty-seventh at +1 ”77, expels Simon Maurberger from the second heat.

10.22 SUPER SALARICH !! INCREDIBLE, FOURTH AT +0 “55! But who is this phenomenon? The podium is only 4 cents away …

10.20 Let’s enjoy the Spanish Joaquim Salarich, incredibly eighth yesterday!

10.18 The American Benjamin Ritchie crosses the finish line in seventeenth position at +1 ”40. Not bad at all, Maurberger is increasingly in the balance …

10.17 Twenty-five athletes are missing at the end of the first heat; Maurberger is twenty-eighth, Gross twenty-sixth.

10.16 Samuel Kolega (Croatia) takes home the nineteenth place at +1 ”47!

10.14 Incredible placed on the second post for the Bolzano-born born in ’95… The emotion proved to be treacherous.

10.13 Here is our Federico Liberatore!

10.12 What a segment of Marc Digruber! The second line of the Austrian team pulls a truly surprising performance from the cylinder, it is ninth at +1 ”08!

10.11 There is no glory for the Swiss Reto Schmidiger and for the other Croatian Matej Vidovic, both of whom came out prematurely.

10.09 Disruptive heat of Croatian Istok Rodes, even eighth at +1 ”00!

10.07 These are the provisional results of our local skiers:

11 Giuliano Razzoli +1 “21
14 Alex Vinatzer +1 “34
20 Tommaso Sala +1 “68
22 Stefano Gross +1 “96
24 Simon Maurberger +2 “29

10.05 Thirty athletes have finished their labors. Here is a brief summary:

1 Loic Meillard (Switzerland) 53 ”76
2 Johannes Strolz (Austria) +0 ”51
2 Ramon Zenhaeusern (Switzerland) +0 ”51
4 Alexis Pinturault (France) +0 ”69
5 Sebastian Foss-Solevaag (Norway) +0 ”80
5 Manuel Feller (Austria) +0 ”80

10.02 The blue veteran accuses +0 “76 at the first photocell, then +1” 18 and at the finish +1 “96. Twenty-first, access to the second heat should (conditional is a must) be on ice.

10.01 The twenty-seven year old from Brunico pays +0 ”82 in the initial sector; skiing under management, the gap rises to +1 “79 and at the finish line he is twenty-second at +2” 29 … The qualification is anything but obvious. Here is Stefano Gross.

9.59 Rochat also ends the test prematurely. Let’s focus on Maurberger’s descent!

9.57 The Belgian Armand Marchant is out. After the Swiss Marc Rochat, the two Azzurri Simon Maurberger and Stefano Gross.

9.56 Tanguy Nef Party! Yesterday the Swiss worked a magic by entering the lead with ruined snow, today he is in difficulty… +1 ”19 at the second intermediate, then he recovers and closes eighth (+1” 14). All in all he can be said to be satisfied.

9.55 Bravo the Norwegian Timon Haugan, ninth at +1 ”15! One of the best heats of the season for the Scandinavian.

9.54 Fourth consecutive exit between the narrow posts for the Austrian Fabio Gstrein… The trend that has expelled him from the Olympic summons continues.

9.53 The situation of our standard bearers: Razzoli is ninth (+1 ”21), Vinatzer twelfth (+1” 34), Sala seventeenth (+1 ”68).

9.52 The Russian Alexander Khoroshilov does not shine: fourteenth at +1 ”62.

9.50 Numerous difficulties for the Norwegian Atle Lie McGrath, fourteenth at +1 ”63. We remind you that Simon Maurberger and Stefano Gross will go down with bibs 29 and 30, we are at number 23.

9.48 Too bad, the Bulgarian Popov also greets the company. At the first intermediate he had recorded the second best time.

9.46 Aerni out too! They are two outings in two races for him, the same epilogue as those who preceded him and Clement Noel …

9.45 Nothing to do, the Swede collects yet another exit… It’s up to the Swiss Luca Aerni.

9.43 Positive the segment of the Austrian Michael Matt, tenth at +1 ”23. Let’s enjoy Kristoffer Jakobsen’s skiing always on the edge.

9.41 Sala approaches the track discreetly, +0 ”64 at the first passage. The blue continues to struggle, +1 ”34 at the halfway point… He finishes the heat in fourteenth place at +1” 68.

9.39 Male Zubcic, very far from the head: fifteenth at +2 ”25 and qualification at risk. Let’s enjoy the third Italian of the lot, Tommaso Sala!

9.37 Fifteen athletes have finished their labors. Performance by Razzoli and Vinatzer along the lines of yesterday, the podium is still less than a second. He will recover with the Croatian Filip Zubcic, then Tommaso Sala!

9.35 Here is Giuliano Razzoli! +0 “55 after ten seconds of the race, skied a bit on the eggs … +0” 83 at the second reading, at the finish he finishes ninth at +1 “21 …

9.33 The young Val Gardena leaves! Many inclinations, +0 ”64 at the first split. Disadvantage that grows to +0 “90, on the finish line he is tenth at +1” 34 … We hope that “Razzo” is able to do something more.

9.32 The French defends himself quite well, he is fourth at +0 ”69. Now space for the Azzurri, first Vinatzer and then Razzoli!

9.30 Ryding finishes ninth at +1 “41. We follow Pinturault.

9.29 The Norwegian is ninth at +1 ”64, insufficient proof. The British Dave Ryding opens the gate, able to seize the first success of his career this season.

9.28 Here is the red Lucas Braathen bib, released yesterday. Already +0 “64 late …

9.27 Ross-cross Ramon Zenhaeusern has never skied so well this season: same time as Strolz and provisional place of honor!

9.25 Strolz continues to do well. Except for the wall at the top, he did not lose ground from Meillard: second at +0 ”51.

9.23 Several uncertainties for the exponent of the Wunderteam Marco Schwarz, only seventh (and last among the slalomists) at +1 ”69. It’s up to compatriot Johannes Strolz.

9.22 Noel out! The Frenchman has not even reached the first photocell and can say goodbye to the fight for the specialty cup!

9.21 Foss-Solvaag puts the turbo on the final schuss ! Second at +0 ”80. We are now following the Olympic Champion Clement Noel with interest.

9.19 Sebastian Foss-Solevaag on the track, 9 tenths behind the second set! Sealing problems for the Norwegian …

9.18 Many indecisions for Yule, who appeared unconvinced from the first posts. Fourth place at +1 ”14.

9.17 The German fails to limit the damage in the final stretch, fourth at +1 “27. Swiss Daniel Yule can do much better.

9.16 Here is the host Linus Strasser. +0 ”47 to the initial photocell.

9.15 What a Meillard game! The gap grows progressively until it reaches 8 tenths on the finish line! Feller and Kristoffersen are already quite far away …

9.14 The Norwegian was quick, -0 ”37 ahead of the first intermediate. Margin that drops to -0 “09 after halfway, at the finish it is red light for +0” 08. Let’s enjoy the test of the Swiss Loic Mellard.

9.12 The snow has changed compared to yesterday, much more compact ground. 54 ”56 the time of the red and white, yesterday’s winner Henrik Kristoffersen on the track.

9.10 The Austrian Feller leaves!

9.08 Manuel Feller paws at the gate! He will be the one to inaugurate the second Garmisch-Partenkirchen slalom.

9.06 The first forerunner has started! Even today Lena Duerr and Felix Neureuther take charge of formally opening the dance. The tracker of this heat is the Italian Stefano Costazza.

9.03 Just over five minutes and it’s serious! The sun is shining and the temperature is -4 °, much lower than yesterday.

9.00 This is the very balanced ranking of specialties:

1. Lucas Braathen (Norway) 257
2. Henrik Kristoffersen (Norway) 256
3. Loic Meillard (Switzerland) 247
4. Manuel Feller (Austria) 245
5. Daniel Yule (Switzerland) 223
6. Sebastian Foss-Solevaag (Norway) 220
7. Linus Stasser (Germany) 218
8. Johannes Strolz (Austria) 195
9. Dave Ryding (Great Britain) 182
10. Alex Vinatzer (Italy) 180
11. Clement Noel (France) 177
12. Giuliano Razzoli (Italy) 164
13. Tommaso Sala (Italy) 158

8.57 In the slalom twenty-four hours ago the Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen won ahead of the Swiss Loic Meillard and the Austrian Manuel Feller. The best of the blues was Alex Vinatzer, seventh and able to recover sixteen positions with the reversal of thirty.

8.54 The bibs of our seven blues:

14 VINATZER Alex 1999
15 RAZZOLI Giuliano 1984
17 Tommaso 1995 ROOM
29 MAURBERGER Simon 1995
30 GROSS Stefano 1986
40 LIBERATOR Federico 1995
65 KASTLUNGER Tobias 1999

8.51 Here is today’s startlist:

1 54063 FELLER Manuel 1992 AUT Atomic
2 422304 KRISTOFFERSEN Henrik 1994 NOR Rossignol
3 512182 MEILLARD Loic 1996 ON Rossignol
4 202451 STRASSER Linus 1992 GER Rossignol
5 511996 YULE Daniel 1993 SUI Fischer
6 422082 FOSS-SOLEVAAG Sebastian 1991 NOR Voelkl
7 6190403 NOEL Clement 1997 FRA Dynastar
8 54320 SCHWARZ Marco 1995 AUT Atomic
9 54093 STROLZ Johannes 1992 AUT Head
10 511902 ZENHAEUSERN Ramon 1992 SUI Rossignol
11 422729 BRAATHEN Lucas 2000 NOR Atomic
12 220689 RYDING Dave 1986 GBR Fischer
13 194364 PINTURAULT Alexis 1991 FRA Head
14 6293171 VINATZER Alex 1999 ITA Nordica
15 293098 RAZZOLI Giuliano 1984 ITA Fischer
16 380335 ZUBCIC Filip 1993 CRO Atomic
17 6291574 Tommaso 1995 ITA Dynastar
18 54170 MATT Michael 1993 AUT Rossignol
19 502015 JAKOBSEN Kristoffer 1994 SWE Fischer
20 511983 AERNI Luca 1993 ON Fischer
21 92720 POPOV Albert 1997 BUL Head
22 422732 McGRATH Atle Lie 2000 NOR Head
23 480736 KHOROSHILOV Alexander 1984 RUS Fischer
24 54444 GSTREIN Fabio 1997 AUT Atomic
25 422507 HAUGAN Timon 1996 NOR Head
26 512203 NEF Tanguy 1996 SUI Head
27 60253 MARCHANT Armand 1997 BEL Salomon
28 511899 ROCHAT Marc 1992 SUI Nordica
29 6291430 MAURBERGER Simon 1995 ITA Atomic
30 293797 GROSS Stefano 1986 ITA Voelkl
31 103729 READ Erik 1991 CAN Atomic
32 512138 SIMONET Sandro 1995 SUI Rossignol
33 6531936 WINTERS Luke 1997 USA Rossignol
34 380361 RODES Istok 1996 CRO Atomic
35 380334 VIDOVIC Matej 1993 CRO Head
36 511908 SCHMIDIGER Reto 1992 SUI Nordica
37 561244 KRANJEC Zan 1992 SLO Rossignol
38 51395 DIGRUBER Marc 1988 AUT Atomic
39 54252 RASCHNER Dominik 1994 AUT Rossignol
40 6291631 LIBERATORE Federico 1995 ITA Voelkl
41 380377 KOLEGA Samuel 1999 CRO Rossignol
42 221223 MAJOR Billy 1996 GBR Fischer
43 202615 TREMMEL Anton 1994 GER Nordica
44 6532592 RITCHIE Benjamin 2000 USA Dynastar
45 6532163 SEYMOUR Jett 1998 USA
46 202597 SCHMID Alexander 1994 GER Head
47 202908 HIMMELSBACH Fabian 1999 GER Rossignol
48 202485 KETTERER David 1993 GER Atomic
49 491879 SALARICH Joaquim 1994 ESP Rossignol
50 6190543 RASSAT Paco 1998 FRA Salomon
51 104697 WALLACE Liam 1999 CAN Rossignol
52 6190497 LETITRE Theo 1997 FRA Rossignol
53 491853 of CAMPO Juan 1994 ESP Nordica
54 221236 TAYLOR Laurie 1996 GBR Head
55 202584 RAUCHFUSS Julian 1994 GER Rossignol
56 512424 JANUTIN Fadri 2000 SUI
57 92719 ZLATKOV Kamen 1997 BUL Head
58 6531160 LEEVER Alex 1995 USA Fischer
59 6190558 AMIEZ Steven 1998 FRA
60 6301077 AIHARA Shiro 2001 JPN Atomic
61 54447 RUELAND Simon 1997 AUT Voelkl
62 60236 van den BROECKE Dries 1995 BEL Voelkl
63 481785 EFIMOV Simon 1996 RUS Head
64 561378 MAROVT Tijan 1998 SLO Head
65 6293252 KASTLUNGER Tobias 1999 ITA Head
66 202808 MEISEN Adrian 1997 GER
67 180870 SULKAKOSKI Oskari 2000 FIN Atomic
68 430633 JASICZEK Michal 1994 POL Nordica
69 502417 JONSSON Carl 2000 SWE Rossignol
70 40621 MUHLEN-SCHULTE Louis 1998 AUS
71 240148 SZOLLOS Barnabas 1998 ISR Kaestle

8.48 Yesterday the snowpack gave way in the final part of the track, we hope that the track staff managed to compact the salty snow in order to allow all the athletes to ski in more or less similar conditions.

8.45 Good morning friends of OA Sport! At 9.10 am the Garmisch-Partenkirchen slalom will begin, the second race of the weekend between the articulated poles. Alex Vinatzer, Giuliano Razzoli and Tommaso Sala are part of the large group of athletes (thirteen to be exact) who are less than 100 points from the red Lucas Braathen bib. Achieving a great result today would mean relaunching your ambitions in a crystal globe!

THE STARTING BIBS OF THE GARMISCH SLALOM

Hello and welcome friends of OA Sport to LIVE LIVE of the Garmisch-Partenkirchen slalom, second appointment of the weekend on the Bavarian slope. After the race that took place yesterday also today a highly unpredictable slalom awaits us, with many athletes candidates for a place on the podium.

The battle for the specialty cup remains open with the three blues Alex Vinatzer, Tommaso Sala and Giuliano Razzoli spaced less than 100 points from the red Lucas Braathen bib. Stefano Gross, eleventh yesterday, and the young rampant Simon Maurberger, Federico Liberatore and Tobias Kastlunger will also return to the gate today.

Alpine skiing, Alex Vinatzer: “With different snows I use a heat to pick up pace”. Gross: “I can’t give 100%”

First run early at 9.10, reversal at 12.30. Who will be the new leader of the posable poles? Follow our LIVE LIVE to find out and stay updated in real time on the developments of the race, the editorial team of OA Sport will keep you informed minute by minute. Have fun!


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