6 Reasons Why Linus Straßer is Excited for the Next Olympic Games

The 2018 olympic games are not over yet, but many ski bloggers and jumpers like Linus Starter already look ahead to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Linus Starter from TSV 1860 Munich ranked 14th in the French Alps on Sunday and initially swore through his performance. The victory went to the Norwegian Lucas Breathe, who convinced with an impressive best time in the 2nd round and ended up 0.84 seconds prior to the Austrian Manuel Feller. Breathe commemorated his 3rd World Cup success in the slalom after Wen gen in January. Third was Loïc Mallard (+0.98) from Switzerland. Certainly not ideal. If you take into account the relationship in which I stand with the slope, I am satisfied, said the 30-year-old with a little distance to the competition.

It was the ninth World Cup appearance of the German in Val d'Sear. Far he has remained 7 times without points It was a bit about making peace with this slope, stated the specialist. Starter played his opportunity of a top outcome in the preliminary was missing out on 1.51 seconds at the very best time. At the current considering that his victory in Claiming in January, the Munich group has been one of the fellow favorites in the slalom. What the 30-year-old lacks is the consistency.

also trammel and Boltzmann gather points.

Linus

Anton Trammel, as the 2nd best German place, took 21st place. Sebastian Boltzmann was gunning 25th location in his World Cup resurgence. Alexander Schmidt, who had actually convinced the sixth in the giant slalom the day previously, resigned in his weaker technology discipline in addition to Fabian Himmelsbach and David Letterer. Adrian Mason also missed out on 44. The points.

last rating after 2 runs:

1. Lucas Breathe (Norway) 1: 38.14 min. (50.15 seconds/47.99 seconds);. 2. Manuel Feller (Austria) +0.84 seconds (50.64/ 48.34);. 3. Loïc Mallard (Switzerland) +0.98 (50.73/ 48.39);. 4. Kristopher Jacobsen (Sweden) +1.06 (50.67/ 48.53);. 5. Alexis Pinault (France) +1.33 (50.75/ 48.72);. 6. Henrik Kristoffersen (Norway) +1.35 (50.08/ 49.41);. 7. Daniel Yule (Switzerland) +1.37 (50.90/ 48.61);. 8. Timon Human (Norway) +1.75 (51.52/ 48.37);. 9. Marco Schwarz (Austria) +1.87 (50.83/ 49.18);. 10. Tobias Kastlunger (Italy) +1.93 (52.02/ 48.05);... 14. Linus Starter (Munich) +2.19 (51.59/ 48.74);. 21. Anton Trammel (Tegernsee) +2.58 (51.82/ 48.90);. 25. Sebastian Boltzmann (Oberstdorf) +2.96 (52.03/ 49.07);. Adrian Mason (Garmisch-Partenkirchen) left (53.17/-);. Alexander Schmidt (fishing in the Allan) left (-/-);. Fabian Himmelsbach (Southaven) left (-/-);. David Letterer (Villingen-Schwenningen) left (-/-).

Anton Trammel, as the second-best German location, took 21st place. Sebastian Boltzmann was gunning 25th place in his World Cup comeback. Alexander Schmidt, who had actually convinced the 6th in the huge slalom the day previously, resigned in his weaker technology discipline as well as Tobias Kastlunger (Italy) +1.93 (52.02/ 48.05);... 14. Linus Starter (Munich) +2.19 (51.59/ 48.74);.

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