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Alpine skiing: a little crunch? Gut-Behrami is looking for solutions

“It’s frustrating”

A little crisis in Jut Behrami?

Lara Jot Behrami (31) is at a loss. She doesn’t know why the results are incorrect. Swiss Alpine director Walter Rosser urges calm.


Things are not going well for Lara Jot Behrami. In three races on the Corviglia, it never made the top five.


Mathias GermanSports reporter

First race of the season, first win: Just over a month ago, Lara Jot Behrami (31) had reason to smile. She won the giant slalom in Killington (USA). “It’s great, I was able to show what I can do in both races and drive well,” she said. Some believe that the Ticino citizen will continue in this way. But far from it. In the seven races that followed, she never made it to the podium – seventh place in the giant slalom in Sestriere was (it) the highest of feelings.

“I’m not that bad, but I’m not fast,” she said recently in St. Moritz JR. An eighth-place finish in Super-G on the Corviglia in particular was troubling her—and no wonder, since she had no chance in her chocolate major. “It’s frustrating. We just have to find the key to be faster.” But where is the problem?