February 5, 2023

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World Cup 2022/23, Wotter/Oberhofer in history: Italy’s first victory in women’s doubles in Canada

seconds And Third In the first races in Igls history, it was just a prelude to what was to come. Andrea Water and Marian Oberhofer lead Italy to victory: The blues impose themselves Women’s doubles (Added special this year) at the stage World Cup of Whistler. The Italian pair’s stunning comeback in the Canadian basin: the South Tyroleans were third at the end of the first run, but Best time on Second Descent They managed to complete the victory in 1’17”912.

He beat Austrians Egle/Kipp who won both races at home in Igls last week. The leaders of the cup classification are 41 thousand behind them. German Degenhardt/Rosenthal completed the podium at 56k.

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Another podium for Dominik Bischneller: 3rd in Whistler, Loch win

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Close to the podium in the team relay

The first team relay of the season also took place on an Italian night. After dominating Whistler for an entire weekend or so, Germany finishes the job by taking home the team-relay. Julia Taubits, Felix Loch and Eggert/Benecken finished in a time of 2:04.222 at the Teutonic home start. Behind them is Latvia with Vitola, Aberjots and Pots/Blume at 147k. Austria is erratic and disappointing: vice-Olympic champions Egle, Kindl and Gatt/Schopenhauer are 727 behind in third place. In a race that initially featured only six teams Italy finished fourth, missing out on the podium by just two thousand. Azzurri with Andrea Votter, Dominik Bischneller and Ryder/Kainswaldner by Austrians.

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There’s Dominic Fishneller! Third in a sprint dominated by the Austrians

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Vötter/Oberhofer, another podium! Second place in double speed

04/12/2022 at 14:58

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