The legendary Streif will be racing in Kitzbühel twice at the 2022/23 Ski World Cup. There is one departure every Friday and Saturday. chiemgau24.de is included in the live broadcast ticker.
Kitzbuehel – in Streif in Kitzbuehel It will be led on January 20 and 21. We are looking for the winners of the legendary Hanenkam Race. Friday will be the time 11:30 am Paid, and also starts on Saturday at 11:00 am. chiemgau24.de is here for both races in live video.
Streif Today in Live Stock Ticker: Current interim score
|1 – Vincent Krechmayer (Austria)||1:56.16 minutes|
|2 – Nils Hintermann (Switzerland)||+ 0.31 sec|
|3 – Jared Goldberg (USA)||+0.35|
|7 – Thomas Dressen (Germany)||+0.87|
|9 – Andreas Sander (Germany)||+0.94|
|19 – Romid Baumann (Germany)||+ 1.62|
|26 – Josef Verstel (Germany)||+ 2.58|
|28 – Dominik Schweiger (Germany)||+ 3.71|
provisional conclusion: After 30 starters, Vincent Krechmayer is about to beat Streif. Rounding out the lead were Niels Hintermann of Switzerland and Jared Goldberg of the United States of America. The German downhills are clearly in better shape with two frontrunners. Thomas Driessen is seventh, and Andreas Sander is ninth. That would be the best result.
He runs: Jared Goldberg from the United States shows very strong middle times and again creates excitement. He’s still on the local mountain and turning things upside down here. The American knocks out Paris and Segrest from the podium and takes third place.
He runs: The best athletes through. Piste and visibility don’t mean a big surprise will work here. Vincent Krechmayer will probably win here in front of his home crowd and Thomas Driesen will make an impressive sixth.
He runs: The last German on top. Andreas Sander is the vice downhill world champion but has been looking for form since the start of the season. It comes after a long slip and split times are good. He goes to the decisive lanes and loses a little speed. 92 cents are missing on Kriechmayr, but he is very satisfied in eighth place. This is the best result in weeks.
He runs: Norwegian Adrian Smith Segersted turns everything upside down once again. After the steep slope ahead, the speed is exceptionally high. Picks a high line and is rewarded below. This is third place and could be his first podium in Kitz.
He runs: Two Germans are still coming. Dominik Schweiger from Koenigsee is the first. He still does well at the top, but then he gets up on his sled and avoids falling. Time is completely up.
He runs: Ottmar Stridinger is sixth. We’ve seen the best favourites. Even if everything is possible on Streif, we will see a better result from Dreßen. And Kirchmeyer’s chances of winning are very high.
He runs: Stefan Rogenten from Switzerland shone in Wengen, which is already very late today. But the slipway is correct, and the materials are appropriate. Larch and Hausberg impure shot from the line, clearly falling behind.
He runs: Josef Verstel is on top, approaching the race in a controlled manner. This is very shy, already in the first third it lags far behind. No, nothing works, Verstel loses all the time. It’s rank 15, Verstel shakes his head.
He runs: Beat Feuz is entering its penultimate race. The Swiss Streif rides today, tomorrow, and then stops. He already won here and he wants to do it again today. The Olympic champion is back on top, but it’s hard to beat Krechmere up there. The gap in the fast lanes is already big, and he won’t win it anymore. The platform is also not achievable in this way, as it is brutally lacking in speed. Crossing the finish line in ninth place, Krechmeier stays ahead and has good chances of winning here.
He runs: Alexander Amudet Kielde was the favorite ahead of yesterday’s training session. Then he broke his hand and already looked insecure on top. In the sliding section he approaches Kreshmer. The race is completely open, the line is just right. We’re on the local mountain, where he takes his punches. He also almost fell and managed to reach the finish line. This is the sixth position, but fortunately he arrived healthy.
He runs: Now three favorites come in a row. Vincent Krechmayer is supposed to carry the Austrian flag. At the top of the technical field, he’s ahead with lightning speed and leads clear. But is he now also topping up his Speed Points? He loses time on the steep downhill, but is still two-tenths ahead. It gets more technical below, but something can always happen here. Kriechmayr burns out here and takes the lead. The crowd is wild.
He runs: Dominique Paris has won here several times, but is looking for his form this season. This fits above, now we are at the crucial points. Paris goes to the local mountain at the best time. He lacks speed on the slip lane, and is a hair’s breadth behind Hintermann.
He runs: Yohan Clary from France is 42 years old and in his final season. He specializes in Streif Sticky. The old master has trouble at the summit, but he approaches again on the steep slope. But he loses time again on the larch shot, it won’t be enough. Clary is fifth and Lesson is third.
He runs: Nils Hintermann of Switzerland is back on top, which is rare. When skating, the pace is right, Ganong chases. Now we come to the crucial stage. He’s up front on the local mountain, the pace is right and Nils Huntermann is up front.
He runs: James Crawford of Canada is the contender for the podium. At the top it is ahead, even on a steep slope the time lights up in green. Now Ganong is swinging, Crawford comes at the same time at the local mountain. There are two players bobbing, who almost misses the target on the seventh. You can go very fast in Kitzbühel.
He runs: Marco Odermatt is on top and causes a huge shock moment. On a steep slope, it goes out of line and prevents a fall into the final gully. Time is not important now, it was really, really tight. He crossed the finish line more than two seconds late – but healthy!
He runs: It rises, the first Austrian to hit the road. Daniel Hemetsberger is coming along well, he’s in contact with Ganong. Between Mausefalle and Seidlalm they all lose in Ganong, the line does not fit into the local mountain. He is sixth, and Dressen remains a strong second.
He runs: With Romid Baumann, the second German comes out on top. Fits in the first sector, but Ganong wasn’t fast there. It also loses a lot of time in the slip lane, and the material doesn’t really seem to suit the Germans. On the local mountain, it lags seven-tenths, and ultimately more than a second.
He runs: Mattia Kass from Italy is one of my secret favorites here. He finished third in Wengen and set a personal best finish at the summit. Then, he takes a hit and barely stays on the ice. However, it was his turn, at least in Dreßen. No, it’s not possible, 57 percent are missing.
He runs: Italian Matteo Marsaglia is a good technician, but long sailing fairways are not his forte. Ganong is too far away, and he won’t get to Dreßen either.
He runs: Don’t expect too much from the 2018 winner in his comeback season. He catches light jabs at the top and really wastes time on Ganong. From the steep slope he makes his way up and kills the time. This is a decent ride, missing 41 hundredths. The materials are not in perfect condition, the slipways were not good.
He runs: Here we go, Travis Gunung from the United States sprinting down Streif Street in Kitzbühel. Master the course and set the first time with a time of 1:56.62 minutes. Let’s continue we can do it better! And now Dreßen comes along.
Before the race: The slope is in very good condition. Even if the sun does not appear today, visibility is good.
Before the race: Travis Gunung from the United States will soon open the race. Then we see Thomas Driessen.
Before the race: We see Marco Odermatt with No. 7, Johan Cleary with No. 11, Vincent Krechmayer with No. 13 and Stefan Rogenten with No. 17.
Before the race: Alexander Aamodt Kelde of Norway broke his hand in training yesterday. However, he starts today and has a starting number of 14.
Before the race: The first two outings are scheduled for today, so let’s look at the starting list. Thomas Dressen is second on the track, and Romaid Bowman is fifth. Josef Verstel has 16, Dominic Schweiger 20 and Andreas Sander 23.
Before the race: Hello and welcome to Streif’s neighborhood bar today in Kitzbühel.
Streif in the live tape: the initial report on the first lineage
Men’s national team coach Christian Schweiger hopes next The Stunt Speed Team of the German Ski Federation (DSV) An increase in performance. “We have to take back the strength we had in North America,” said the 54-year-old, referring to good early-season results in Lake Louise and Beaver Creek.
Streif Today in live stock ticker: Hope for a trend reversal in Kitzbühel
“We have to drive more technically and push ourselves to the limit again. We Certainly other aspirations than finishing 15th, 20th or 30thSchweiger emphasized. In Kitzbühel, where there are two flights departing on Friday and Saturday, there is now a new opportunity.
Former ski star Felix Neuter was baffled by the Germans’ weakness and wondered if they were doing it It could also have a physical issue. “I think we have to look at ourselves in terms of responsibility and not so much in coordinating materials,” Schweiger said.
Streif in live tape: Dreßen as a beacon of hope
Thomas Dresen’s return last weekend left the coach feeling confident. Even if that was only enough for 23rd place in the Wengen downhill, it was «An important and positive race” for Dreßen also.
«You can see it was in He doesn’t trust fast clips that much. He just needs confidence. “He currently has to work on things from race to race that were taken for granted,” Schweiger said of 2018 winner Streiff. But that’s normal after such a long period of racing and he’s on the right track. “
favorite to win On Friday, the Norwegian Alexander Amodt Kelde, the Swiss Marco Odermatt and the Austrian Vincent Krechmeyer will participate. Here is the start menu
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