Noel drives to gold strasse slips off in Sieway

Linus Strasser has missed a medal in the slalom at the winter games in China. The 29-year-old at the end in Yanqing had 0.93 seconds of residue on Olympic champion Clement Noel from France and was seventh. “The best slalom runner has won,” said Ard expert Felix Neureuther after the race of the triumphator and “deserved Olympic champions”.

“I can not accuse myself, I really tried it and given gas,” Strasters commented its performance in the target area. After a “very good ride” in the first passage, his plan was actually, in the final run “to turn off the gas wheel a little more”. Some Wackler ultimately prevented the jump on the podium. “It was a bit too restless and then here and there few little mistakes, at the end it is relatively scarce,” said Strasser. “It’s a bit too bad, but nevertheless, I’m raised by the place here.” It did not be supposed to be. “

You usually lose more often than you win – except maybe the Bayern.

Linus Strasse (1860 Munich)

After the first run, Schladming winner Strasse was still very promising in the narrow front field ranked five. The DSV technical specialist was not really disappointed. “It usually loses more often than that you win – except maybe the Bayern,” said the Strasse moving for 1860 Munich in the ARD.

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Strolz confirms Adelboden success

Silver went to the Austrian Johannes Strolz, who had been brought into the combination gold and led to one aftergoing 1. The son of Olympic champion Hubert Strolz also confirmed his slalom success of Adelboden this winter. Nextest ÖSV-athlete was Marco Schwarz as 17th, Manuel Feller and Mario Matt divorced in the first or second passage.

Bronze won Meanwhil Sebastian Foss-Solevaag, whose compatriot Henrik Kristoffersen patzt in the final run and slipped onto the Tinrang – still before the two Swiss Loic Meillard and Daniel Yule.

On Norwegian Foss-Solevaag Straster ultimately had only 0.23 seconds behind. Alexander Schmid from fishing in the Allgäu was 19th, Julian Smoke foot arrived after a driving error.

Thus, the alpines of the German Ski Association stay with these games without noble metal. For women, Lena Dürr had failed in the Slalom and Kira Weidle in the descent as fourth.

The last medal at Olympic Games had won in 2014 in Sochi Viktoria Rebensburg with bronze in the giant slalom. The last chance of noble metal have the German alpine on Saturday: in the team competition, in which they had won bronze at the World Cup, they are only outsiders.

Slalom final station after 2 runs
Gold: Clement Noel (France) 1: 44,09 min. (54,30 sec /49.79 sec)
Silver: Johannes Strolz (Austria) +0.61 sec (53.92 / 50.78)
Bronze: Sebastian Foss-Solevaag (Norway) +0.70 (53.98 / 50.81)
4. Henrik Kristoffersen (Norway) +0.79 (53.94 / 50.94); 5. LOIC MEILLARD (Switzerland) +0.80 (54.22 / 50.67); 6. Daniel Yule (Switzerland) +0.86 (55.06 / 49.89); 7. Linus Strasse (Munich) +0.93 (54,25 / 50.77); 8. Giuliano Razzoli (Italy) +0.96 (54.79 / 50,26); 9. Albert Popov (Bulgaria) +1.06 (54.62 / 50.53); 10. Alexander Khoroshilov (Russian Olympus. Committee) +1.08 (54.63 / 50.54);… 19. Alexander Schmid (Fishing in the Allgäu) +2.94 (55.95 / 51.08); Julian Smoke Foot (Mindelheim) excreted (- / -)

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