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The men's slalom in Bansko was canceled after 31 runners due to poor conditions

The men's slalom in Bansko was canceled after 31 runners due to poor conditions

The men's slalom in Bansko was canceled after 31 runners due to poor conditions

The men's slalom in Bansko was canceled after 31 runners due to poor conditions

Due to the current weather conditions and forecast for Round 2, taking into account safety and inconsistent conditions regarding racer visibility, the judges and organizer have decided to cancel today's men's slalom.

The first round of the eighth men's slalom of the season was held in Bansko under very difficult conditions. Rain, poor visibility and wind turned the race in the Pirin Mountains into a real test.

It seems to have Clement Noel He made a gate mistake during the race, which is why there are now official complaints against his provisional lead. That's why you should approach the current top 10 list with a little caution. Once the official provisional results are announced by the FIS, we will provide an update on the top 30 in the first round.

The tentative tour is subject to change Clement Noel Taken from France with a time of 49.13 seconds. The Norwegian is right on his heels Timon Hogan (+0.27), which is directly ahead of its compatriot Henrik Christopherson (+0.38) in second place.

Data and facts until (February 11, 2024)
Men's slalom in Bansko

Start Menu Round 1 – Starts at 9.30am
Live tape of the men's first round
Middle ranking after the first round
Start List Round 2 – Starts at 12:30 PM
Live tape of the men's second round
Final results of the men's slalom in Bansko

Overall standings for the Men's World Cup 2023/24
Men's World Cup Slalom Rankings 2023/24

Nations Cup: Men's standings
Nations Cup: overall standings

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Fourth place goes to the Swiss Loic Millard (+1.04), followed by Austria Manuel Feller (+1.30) which is in fifth place.

In sixth place we find another athlete from Switzerland, Daniel Yule (+1.33), a little earlier Linus Strasser From Germany (+1.40), which ranks seventh.

The eighth place is taken by the Norwegian Alexander Sten Olsen (+1.50) Taken while Italian Tommaso Sala (+2.07) and compatriot Alex Wenazer (+2.20) Complete the top ten.

The official FIS Ski World Cup calendar for the 2023/24 men's season

The official FIS Ski World Cup calendar for the 2023/24 women's season