Federica Brignon won the competition with an extraordinary second run in front of Mauvinque and Brunner. Wendy Holder is the sixth best Swiss, Good and Gisen failed in the second run.
1. Federica Brignon (it) 1: 51.33 sec
2. Ragenhind Mwinkel (N) +0.49
Stephanie Brunner (Ö) +0.78
Three reaches the second leg. But only Wendy Holder can be satisfied! Shweys' woman shows her thugs with thick stripes – after training accident she was sewing with six stitches – two strong rails and improved to 7 to 6th place. It was only good once (in fourth place in Cransea Gora in January 2018). Two disappointing rides by Lara Gut (19th): TC loses all the time, has problems in time, and drift several times. After the first run, 18th, Michele Gissin misses another round and is in 25th place. Other Swiss women (Ellenberg, Wild, Cop, Danoth, Bissig) can not come in second place.
How did it go in the race?
Mikaela Schiffin starts with number 1 for her domestic race. Make sure fans want a victory for the ski queen. But it will not work! In the first race, the chiffon is followed and in the afternoon the high-flyer "only" comes on the 4th rank. However, Fédérica Brignon can celebrate with his unbelievable sensation – she can not touch almost any target – celebrating her 9th World Cup victory. Behind Pangengchen's two-time silver medalist Ragniwild Moovinkel. The third is Stephanie Brunner, thus completing Austrian's long huge slam dry spell.
She had to talk about
Folk festival of Killington! In recent years, approximately 30,000 viewers have turned the entire area into an atmospheric ski area. By the way: Grandstand tickets were already sold after 45 minutes.
What we are looking for in the Northeastern part of the USA: the abundant snow! Perfect winter conditions in winter wonderland are still prevailing. The snow is hard, but not snowy. There is no excuse for slightly cloudy weather, the temperature around 0 degree and light tail winds. So it lasts longer, it lasts longer! From Friday to Sunday, two departures and one Supergie are scheduled in Lake Louise, Canada.