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Live coverage of Cortina’s descent from 10.00

11.41 Brief Interruption. Next up will be American Ryan Cochran-Siegle. Then come the big guns.

11.40 Fall for Goldberg! It ends in networks! All right with the American, it went well. He immediately gets up.

11.39 There is fog in the upper part. American player Jared Goldberg has a 26 percent lead in the second set.

11.38 Kanong leads Baumann in the final with 57 hundreds. Attention, snow is intensifying.

11.38 Ganong slips into Bruckenschus with great speed. He has a 36 cent lead on the fifth find.

After 11.37 Mausefalle already 0.42 Ganong late.

11.36 Very narrow classification. Baumann leads compatriot Ferstel by 0.04. Now the focus is on American Travis Ganong.

At 11.34 Sejersted leads Ferstl with 4 cents. The Norwegian skated badly on the final part of the descent. This is the method of another Teutonic: Romet Baumann.

11.33 Snowfall. Ferstl pays 0.45 late in the last intermediate stage.

11.32 Sejersted finishes in 1’58″50. He finished slow in the Hausbergande and didn’t bring much speed to Zielschuss. It was up to the German Joseph Ferstel.

11.31 Speed ​​still flat today, very poor.

11.30 Kitzbuehel’s glorious descent begins. Segerstedt on the Streif route!

11.28 Norway’s Adrian Smiseth Segerstedt, fifth yesterday, is ready for the starting gate.

11.27 The weather on the Austrian track at this time speaks of a temperature of -4 degrees, heavy snow and frozen and compacted ground.

11.25 In the Italian lead, Florian Scheider will try to confirm himself after yesterday’s 2nd place, Dominic Paris will try to improve on his 5th place yesterday at the track where he has already won 4 times in his career. Finally, Mattia Casse will try the right foot after a Friday “taste”.

11.22 What should we expect from today’s match? Vincent Kriechmayr will have a historic brace, but the desire to make up for Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who almost scored yesterday, tips the scales. Marco Odermatt will not be at the start, resting as a precaution after yesterday’s risk in the Steilhang.

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The tracing of the 11.19 descent bears the signature of the FIS representative Hannes Trinkl, providing for a departure at an altitude of 1,665 meters (thus avoiding the risk of a lowered street due to poor visibility), arrival at 805 for a difference in altitude of 860. Length 3,312 meters with 33 gates. 58 athletes from 14 countries at the start.

11.17 Initial List of Second Descent

1 422310 SEJERSTED Adrian Smiseth 1994 The NOR atom
2 202059 FERSTL JOSEPH 1988 GER President
3 51215 BAUMANN Romed 1986 GER Solomon
4 530874 GANONG Travis 1988 USA Nuclear
5 934643 Goldberg Jared 1991 USA Rossignol
6 6530319 Cochran-Siegle Ryan 1992 USA President
7 53980 KRIECHMAYR VINCENT 1991 AUT President
8 512124 Hinderman Niels 1995 SUI Atom
9 511383 FEUZ BEAT 1987 SUI HEAD
10 291459 Paris Dominique 1989 IDA Nordic
11 104531 CRAWFORD JAMES 1997 CAN HEAD
12 191740 Claire Johann 1981 FRA President
13 990081 CASSE Mattia 1990 ITA Rossignol
14 422139 KILDE Aleksander Aamodt 1992 The NOR atom
15 53975 HEMETSBERGER DANIEL 1991 AUT FISCHER
16 512038 Rogentin Stephen 1994 SUI Fischer
17 293550 Marsaglia Matteo 1985 IDA Fischer
18 6291625 Scheider Florian 1995 IDA Atom
19 54005 Stridinger Odmar 1991 AUT Solomon
20 202535 Dressen Thomas 1993 GER Rossignol
21 6530104 Bennett Price 1992 USA Fischer
22 561310 HROBAT Miha 1995 SLO Atom
23 202345 Schweiger Dominik 1991 GER Head
24 293006 Innerhofer Christoph 1984 IDA Rossignol
25 200379 Sander Andreas 1989 GER Atom
26 561255 CATER MARTIN 1992 SLO SOLOMON
27 104537 Alexander Cameron 1997 Can Rossignol
28 194167 MUZATON Maxence 1990 FRA Rossignol
29 192746 Theux Adrian 1984 FRA President
30 512039 Raoulin Gilles 1994 SUI President
31 194858 Alegre Nils 1994 FRA Solomon
32 194873 Sarracin Cyprian 1994 FRA Rossignol
33 6531520 Morse Sam 1996 America Fischer
34 194298 GIZENDANNER Blaise 1991 FRA Atom
35 104272 SEGER Brodie 1995 CAN atom
36 6290845 BOSCA Guglielmo 1993 ITA President
37 6292783 MOLTENI Nicolo 1998 ITA President
38 512408 MONNEY Alexis 2000 SUI Stoeckli
39 104468 Read Jeffrey 1997 CAN atom
40 104096 Thompson Broderick 1994 Leadership Can
41 180877 LEHTO Elian 2000 FIN Augment
42 54371 Babinski Stephen 1996 AUT President
43 110324 Van Appen Henrik 1994 CHI President
44 512275 Medler Joshua 1998 SUI Tynestar
45 350095 PFIFFNER MARCO 1994 Lie
46 511896 Mauritius Justin 1992 SUI President
47 422676 Fossland Marcus Nordgaard 1999 NOR atom
48 54480 SCHUETTER Julian 1998 AUT Atom
49 350097 GAUER Nico 1996 LIE SOLOMON
50 6532123 Negomir Kyle 1998 USA Atom
51 6531444 Arvidson Eric 1996 USA President
52 6190179 ALPHAND Nils 1996 FRA President
53 6291053 ZAZZI Pietro 1994 ITA Solomon
54 54438 Blower Andreas 1997 AUT Fischer
55 512228 Kohler Marco 1997 Ann Stokely
56 104708 Alexander Kyle 1999 Can Rossignol
57 221053 Stoodle Roy-Alexander 1993 The GPR atom
58 240148 SZOLLOS Barnabas 1998 ISR Kaestle

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11.14 Classification of 2023 World Cup

1. Marco Odermatt (Switzerland) 1.186
2. Alexander Kilde (Norway) 861
3. Henrik Kristoffersen (Norway) 665
4.Vincent Kreichmeyer (Austria) 632
5. Lucas Bratton (Norway) 525
6. Loic Meillard (Switzerland) 507
7. Alexis Pinturault (France) 437
8. Manuel Feller (Austria) 406
9. Marco Schwarz (Austria) 377
10. James Crawford (Canada) 319

11.11 Special Classification: Downward

1. Alexander Kilde (Norway) 520
2. Vincent Kreichmeier (Austria) 419
3. Marco Odermatt (Switzerland) 386
4. James Crawford (Canada) 223
5. Johann Claire (France) 196

11.08 The Kitzbuehel weekend sees the second of two descents today, before the weekend ends with the slalom tomorrow. No less than two races for ger men in Streif, truly a treat for ski enthusiasts!

11.05 With the second of two scheduled speed tests, we officially enter the most anticipated races. An extraordinary Vincent Kreichmeier won yesterday, can he repeat himself on his own track?

11.00 Hello and welcome to Kitzbuehel, the second descent of the Streif starts in exactly half an hour!

Program, timings and TV of the dayWorld Cup standingsHistory of yesterday’s descent

Good morning and welcome to OA Games friends Live on the second descent from Kitzbühel (Austria) valid for the 2023 Men’s Alpine Skiing World Cup. Getting into the heart of the long weekend in the legends of the “Strife” trail, we’re going to repeat yesterday’s first chapter. Everything will be successful, starting with Vincent Kreichmeier’s victory today.

Second Hahnencomm descent of the weekend in Streif It starts at 11.30 It will be the real “race” of the Austrian weekend. Will we see a copy-paste of yesterday or will everything be revolutionized? We’ll see how Alexander Amoud Gilde fares after making a mistake at the Hausbergande yesterday and in danger of ending up between the goals, so Marco Odermatt will be ready to go if he’s almost out at the Steelehang.

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Obviously, the Swiss beat fuse deserves a lot of attention as he closes his amazing career in the Streif after a less than sparkling debut yesterday. The Italian front will see Dominic Parise back in action as he tries to improve on yesterday’s fifth place, while Mattia Gass will once again look for an important result. However, it all revolves around Florian Scheider, who according to yesterday is amazing!

The second descent of the Kitzbuehel weekend starts at 11.30. OA Sport brings you live streaming of the race so you never miss a single second of the Streifil White Circus.

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