Key celebrates comeback victory in super g

Second top ten placement for Andreas Sander, second zero number for Rome Baumann: For the German ski trucks, after mixed ideas in the second Super-G of Beaver Creek only remained secondary roles. Sander drove a day after his good fourth place in the World Cup in the US on Friday in second place. But he was really satisfied with it.

1.56 seconds was the Ennepetaler in the finish behind the Norwegian winner Aleksander Almost Wilde. It was not quite the result that you have hoped, says Sander, but solid. He would have had himself something more after his strong performance, but from the beginning did not come in so, said the 32-year-old.

First victory for Wilde to cross band tear — Baumann's second failure

Wilde, who has been lying with US ski star Mikaela Shirin for several months, was cheered on his first victory after a cruciate ligament tear suffered in January by the fans in the target area loudly. Second, the Swiss Marco Zermatt, the day had won the day, was a mini residue of 0.03 seconds. In three ranked the American Travis Along (+0.37 seconds) landed.

Rome Baumann ripped like a driving error on Thursday. After the first two season races, the Routinize is in the team of the German Ski Association (DSV) in the discipline in which he was in February in the World Cup, so at zero points. Simon Ocher did not go to the finish. Josef First (+2,09) Placed 26, Dominik Schweitzer renounced a start.

Absurd causes shock second

The race had been interrupted after a serious fall of Norwegian Until Absurd for several minutes. After all, the 2014 Olympic champion could then go down the slope. On Saturday and Sunday there are two runs for the gentlemen.

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