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Shiffrin and Vlhova the hunted

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With a four-week delay, the women’s first alpine World Cup ski races of the new season should happen this weekend. After the cancellation of the giant slalom in Sölden, the two downhill runs in Zermatt/Cervinia and the parallel race in Lech/Zürs, the slaloms scheduled for Saturday and Sunday in Levi (10/13 and 10.15/13.15 CET, live ORF 1) the first positioning of the winter.

16 teams recently used the unusual creative break for training in the traditional World Cup location. “The slope has everything that a slalom course should have,” says Petra Vlhova from Slovakia, who has already won five times in Levi and is also the owner of the unusual prize, a reindeer. Her first pursuer Mikaela Shiffrin stops at their four. Austria’s hopes rest primarily on Katharina Liensberger.

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Source: Nachrichten

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