Daniel Yule (SUI)
Daniel Yule is now directly behind Schwarz. Although the Swiss is at the end of the field, the gaps are actually very close at half a second.
Marco Schwarz (AUT)
Black actually starts very well and is now clearly leading. The final part of the Austrian is then not optimal and so Black falls back on the five.
Ramon Zenhäusern (SUI)
Zenhaeuser is the first local hero to throw himself down the slope here and does his job quite well. The Swiss is only fourth, but the gaps are extremely close.
Manuel Feller (AUT)
In yesterday’s giant slalom, Feller really delivered and apparently got used to the slopes very well. The Austrian takes the lead here!
Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR)
Especially in the middle part, the Norwegian does his job very well. In the lower section, however, Kristoffersen loses some time and does not seem entirely satisfied. And that, although it was enough for a tight leadership.
Clément Noël (FRA)
The “curse” of Adelboden continues for the time being. Even before the first interim period, Noel gets involved and is eliminated.
Alexis Pinturault (FRA)
Pinturalut brings its run down very solidly and so naturally takes the lead. The next runners will show what the time will be worth.
Sebastian Foss Solevåg (NOR)
There were already some failures here in yesterday’s giant slalom and the slalom also begins with one. The Norwegian already sees the target, but then makes a careless mistake and falls easily.
Top ten as a goal!
Switzerland, on the other hand, has at least two drivers who are in and around the top ten. Daniel Yule is currently in ninth place in the World Cup, Loic Meillard in 13th place. Both of them are certainly willing to get a place in the ranks of the top drivers today.
Similar situation with the ÖSV!
Even in the Austrian camp there is still a bit of sadness when thinking about the slalom. The best ÖSV starter is Fabio Gstrein and is only 22nd in the discipline world cup. Today there are eight starters for the ÖSV again and want to improve the point yield.
Street with problems!
The greatest hope of the DSV in this discipline is of course Linus Straßer, who has not yet been able to deliver this winter. In both races, the German retired in the first round. Julian Rauchfuss is so far the only DSV starter who can come up with World Cup points.
Demolition in Zagreb!
The third slalom of the season was supposed to take place in Zagreb and in part did so. However, the race was canceled due to the weather conditions and is no longer valued. The only third slalom will take place today in Adelboden.
Good morning and hello to the men’s slalom! In Switzerland, or rather in Adelboden, the supreme technical discipline is all about World Cup points. The first round starts at 10:30 a.m.