Mon. May 29th, 2023

This morning, the men’s super-G at the Alpine World Ski World Cup in Val Garden, Italy was canceled. Why? The race was canceled because of fog on the course. With Rebels hovering over the ski course, the organizers of the event called off the planned start.

Previously, the start had actually currently been postponed by thirty minutes.
It was at first unclear whether and when the race ought to be offset.
This likewise postponed the anniversary on the Along slopes.

The Super-G should be the 100th World Cup race.
This need to now be the departure prepared for this Saturday (11:45 a.m.).


At the start of the initially three prepared races in Val Garden, the Austrian Vincent Kriechmayr won the departure in front of the Swiss Marco Zermatt and his compatriot Matthias Mayer.
Josef First (Hammer) had been the sixth of the standard for the World Championships in early February in early February in Coup level (France).

By Nekko

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