Lake Louise's Alpine speed experts start the World Cup season on weekends. Beat Feuz shares his favorite role with known opponents. Who is behind it?
Alpine skiing is currently struggling in many ways. It fights for the benefit of viewers with new formats, as well as ideas on reducing startups. The snow prevails over snow, and in many places it fights climate change at the beginning of June.
A good long-term weather allowed the Swiss team to have the best possible training in St. Moritz for a longer time. The snowy summit, the glaciers and the slopes of the slopes fall into snow until the end of the autumn, and make more sense for drivers and officials. According to President of the International Ski Federation of Sledding John Franco Casper at the end of October, as the weather has changed from one to the other, "If you have to compete in the halls, the tip.
Luis Lake was not preserved in the invisible development. In 2016 because of snow and excessive temperatures, men had to stop their competition, and this year there was only a delay that could be given to green light to start speed. It was time for men to go on Saturday and Super-G on Sunday. This allows athletes to focus on their core business – the concentration is tested by another tragedy. A year after the death of French Puisson, the Grisons paid a paraglider flight with his A-squad driver, Jan-Lucas Baran.
Is the sort order going?
The closer the races are, the more the drivers hide the negative aspects and pay attention to sports. The first results of the season, with Henrik Christopher and Marcel Hirschmer's slalom victories ahead of Michael Schiffer, have shown that summer mildew can be stronger than the couch, which is a good indicator for Beat Feuz.
In June, Ementaller, his father for the first time, won a small crystal ball for the best rider in the past season, was eight times World Cup winner and won two medals at the South Korea Olympics. Also, during the preparation for the knee there were no new problems.
Feyz's complicated opponents are unlikely to come out of their camp because last year's winter did not seem to have been planned. Ranked 12th in the lower classification, and Super G Mauro Caviezel took the second place. But this is a great deal. The 30-year-old Grison needed to hear from the group that he would be promising in the training.
Janka returned to the field
One of the Swiss skiing questions is how Carlo Yanko suffered the most serious injuries in the season. He announced the 2010 Olympic champion until he was injured a year ago. Moreover, he liked to fight new footwear, but he again turned to the old model.
In addition, if the question arises, if Patrick Kyung, world champion 2015, will get a curve after boiling match. Does Jilles Rullin grow again despite the double burden of studying the law? If Mark Gishts live longer than Keisbywell and Uengen. Niels Hintermann returns last season and shoulder to shoulder after surgery. And Marco Odermatt is already an important factor in speeding subjects.
Instead of the sun, Fase was downstairs in the past year. They are Austin Vinsent Krishmair, who is surprised by his technical glorious style, veteran Axel Swindal, Dominique Paris, Mathias Mayer, Thomas Shosten and Kaitil Dzansrud. Norwegians physically limited for a long time still have an open rear door to rescue after the knee problems in the Olympic Winter. Although he has been training for five days in October for the first time in a row, he has only been able to continue his career by 50 percent.