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“I was last here for a race ten years ago. The few memories I still have are good,” said Cornelia Hütter, the second from Lake Louise. After the downhill training was canceled due to snow conditions that were sometimes too soft, a Super-G will now take place today (11 a.m., ORF 1) and on Sunday (11.30 a.m., ORF 1). Austria’s four strongest Super-G riders this winter were Mirjam Puchner, who is sixth in the discipline classification, Hütter (7th), Ramona Siebenhofer (10th) and Nicole Schmidhofer (11th). “They have had a good season so far. I expect that they will ski with fun and joy and hopefully be among the front runners,” explained ÖSV women’s racing manager Thomas Trinker. The training works, the women are ready. The difficult route accommodates those who “drive technically well”.

“The right decision”

From Hütter’s point of view, it was obvious that St. Anton would fall over a descent after the inspection. “There were goals that were okay – others were impossible,” said the Styrian: “A semolina like sugar. It didn’t bind. In terms of security, it was definitely the right decision.” For Elisabeth Reisinger from Peilstein, who is back on skis after a six-week injury break, the St. Anton races are still too early.

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