Luca Aerni (SUI)
Aerni is late too often. He doesn’t find the direct line and so the loss of time runs through the entire run. In the end it is only 13th place for the Swiss.
Linus Strasser (GER)
Straßer is actually doing well in the middle section in particular and is in the top five at the penultimate split time. In the lower section he slides too much and loses a lot of time, which washes him back to tenth place.
Alex Vinatzer (ITA)
The second veteran from Italy is also doing well. Vinatzer immediately finds his line and can avoid big mistakes. Vinatzer takes the lead here!
Daniel Yule (SUI)
It still doesn’t seem to be the day of the Swiss. Daniel Yule also has big problems and has to settle for tenth place.
Kristoffer Jakobsen (SWE)
The Swede is known for his courageous runs and starts really well here too. However, he loses a lot of time entering the flat section and falls back to sixth place.
Michael Matt (AUT)
Michael Matt would like to jump on the Olympic bandwagon, but needs a strong performance to do so. The Austrian is on the right track and is in fifth place. But there is still room for improvement for the second round.
Giuliano Razzoli (ITA)
The Italian veteran does his job very well. With the self-confidence of a good season, the Italian is third here. Good performance from Razzoli!
Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR)
In the middle section, Kristoffersen has two big mistakes in his run, which cost a lot of time, especially just before the flat section. 1.6 seconds behind is certainly not what Kristoffersen imagined.
Alexis Pinturault (FRA)
The Frenchman is actually doing well and drives a round line. However, Pinturault lacks the pace a bit and falls back almost eight tenths.
Sebastian Foss Solevag (NOR)
The number one of the World Cup follows. The Norwegian drives very deliberately and smoothly. In the end, a hundredth is missing to lead, but that will certainly be patched in the second round.
Marco Schwarz (AUT)
In the absence of the sick Manuel Fellerm, hopes rest on Marco Schwarz, who can’t attack at the front with a mistake in the upper part and sorts himself into the three.
Loïc Meillard (SUI)
Meillard also has his problems and falls behind as well. He sorts himself in a little better than his teammate, but he is probably not satisfied with a gap of well over a second.
Ramon Zenhauser (SUI)
Not a good performance by Zenhauser, who has some wobbles in his run and finishes almost 1.5 seconds behind.
Clément Noël (FRA)
The Frenchman starts and sets the first time. The next runners will show what this is worth, especially against the background of all the fresh snow.
Can Yule drive to victory?
In the case of the Swiss, hopes for the slalom rest primarily on Daniel Yule. The Swiss is currently in second place in the slalom classification and is now hoping for a win. For Switzerland, Loic Meillard and Ramon Zenhousen are particularly likely to be placed well.
Adelboden showed it!
For the ÖSV, the sum of the results is not yet outstanding in terms of slalom. However, the great team result in Adelboden, where there was almost a full ÖSV podium, was encouraging. The best thing to do is build on the performance of two weeks ago.
Street with problems!
It’s not Linus Straßer’s winter yet! The German repeatedly indicated his potential and was able to secure 60 World Cup points in Adelboden. Otherwise, his slalom winter is more determined by failures. Of course, this should be avoided today, especially since from a German point of view in the slalom, not much else should go.
Good morning and hello to the slalom in Kitzbühel! Even if all eyes are often on the legendary descent, the supreme technical discipline is also down to business! The slalom starts at 10:15 am.