After back problems and Covid disease, the 2021/202 alpine season for Carlo Janca could start with a significant delay. The 35-year-old will travel to Bormio with 13 of his Swiss Ski teammates these days, where 3 races will be on the program from Tuesday.
Rennprogramm in Bormio
- Tuesday 28 December: article
- Wednesday, December 29: Super GI
- Thursday 30 December: Super-G II (as an alternative to Lake Louise)
We show you all three races From 11:20 am Live on SRF Zwei as well as in streaming using a tape on our website and in the sports app.
Graubünden’s last World Cup match will be 297 days before next Tuesday. On March 6, 2021, he finished 24th in a downhill race at Saalbach-Hinterglemm.
In the previous year, things did not go smoothly at Bormio
Valtellina as the setting for his return is emotionally challenging for the following reasons: Janka’s memories of the Stilfserjoch slope are not good. For example, a year ago he landed after just 20 seconds of driving when he landed in a jump and had to pay attention to the Super-G that day.
Swiss battalion in Bormio
Beat Feuz, Marco Odermatt, Urs Kryenbühl, Niels Hintermann, Carlo Janka, Stefan Rogentin, Ralph Weber, Gilles Roulin, Lars Rösti, Yannick Chabloz, Justin Murisier, Loïc Meillard, Gino Caviezel, Thomas Tumler
The final selections of which athletes will start on the slopes and which ones will be in Super-G will be announced shortly.
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