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She went like a ball. Vlhová was two seconds faster, Ledecká showed – PRAVDA.sk

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Jan 14, 2022

Slovak downhill skier Petra Vlhová has completed her second downhill training in Zauchensee.




14.01.2022 11:21, updated: 12:21

After Thursday’s ride, in which Vlhová finished 35th with a loss of 3.51 seconds to the victorious German Kira Weidle, improved on Friday.

After the departure of all 53 competitors in the finish, Sofia Goggio won the 31st position with a deficit of 2.87 seconds. The second was the Czech Ester Ledecká (+ 0.03 s), the third Lara Gutová-Behramiová (+0.70 s).

Compared to yesterday, the 26-year-old Liptáček achieved a time almost two seconds faster.

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In the next venue of the World Cup, a downhill (10.45) is on the program on Saturday, and a super-giant slalom (11.30, broadcasts by RTVS) will take place on Sunday.

He will be preparing for these and other races in speed disciplines in a training group consisting of several smaller ski teams.

“We are connected with other teams, there are more of us. I don’t know exactly who is there, but I know that the Czechs are also there, “Vlhová told sport.sk.

“We are part of an international group. With the Czech Republic, Sweden, Australia and some other smaller teams, “added head coach Mauro Pini.

Mikaela Shiffrinová with Petra Vlhová after slalom ...

Petra Vlhová with her team after 2nd place in ...

Petra Vlhová and her program in the season 2021/22

Date of the event Place and discipline Location of Vlhovova
October 23 Sölden – a huge slalom 3rd place
November 13 Lech Zürs – parallel slalom did not start
November 20 Levi – slalom 1st place
November 21 Levi – slalom 1st place
November 27 Killington – giant slalom canceled
November 28 Killington – slalom 2nd place
December 3 Lake Louise – downhill did not start
December 4 Lake Louise – downhill did not start
December 5 Lake Louise – super G did not start
December 11 St. Moritz – super G did not start
December 12 St. Moritz – super G did not start
December 18 Val d´Isere – exit did not start
December 19 Val d´Isere – super G did not start
December 21 Courchevel – giant slalom 4th place
December 22 Courchevel – giant slalom 5th place
December 28 Lienz – giant slalom 2nd place
December 29 Lienz – slalom 1st place
January 4 Zagreb – slalom 1st place
January 8 Kranjska Gora – giant slalom 15th place
January 9 Kranjska Gora – slalom 1st place
January 11 Schladming – slalom 2nd place
January 15 Zauchensee – exit
January 16 Zauchensee – super G
January 22 Cortina d’Ampezzo – exit
January 23 Cortina d’Ampezzo – super G
January 25 Kronplatz – giant slalom
January 29 Garmisch Partenkirchen – downhill
January 30 Garmisch Partenkirchen – super G
February 7 Beijing Olympics – a huge slalom
February 9 Beijing Olympics – slalom
February 11 Olympic Games in Beijing – super G
February 15 Olympic Games in Beijing – Congress
February 17 Beijing Olympic Games – combination
February 19 Beijing Olympics – team competition
February 26 Crans Montana – exit
February 27 Crans Montana – exit
March 5 Lenzerheide – super G
March 6 Lenzerheide – giant slalom
March 11 Are – a huge slalom
March 12 Are – slalom
March 16 SP final in Courchevel – downhill
March 17 SP final in Courchevel – super G
March 18 SP final in Courchevel – team competition
March 19 SP final in Courchevel – slalom
March 20 SP final in Courchevel – huge slalom

Overall World Cup standings (after 19 of 37 competitions): 1. Shiffrin (USA) 866 points, 2. VLHOVÁ (SR) 831, 3. Sofia Goggio (ITA) 657, 4. Hector (Sweden) 568, 5. Holdener (CHE) 408, 6. Brignone (ITA) .) 407

Slalom standings (5 of 9): 1. VLHOVÁ 580 points, 2. Shiffrinová 340, 3. Holdenerová 321, 4. Liensbergerová (AUT) 262, 5. Dürrová (DEU) 252, 6. Gisinová (CHE) 187

The order in FIG. slalom (after 5 of 9 races): 1. Hector 362, 2. Shiffrin 316, 3. Worley 307, 4. VLHOVA 251, 5. Bassin 160, 6. Siebenhofer (AUT) 130

Super-G ranking (after 4 of 9 competitions): 1. Goggio 320, 2. Brignone 227, 3. Curtonio 216, 4. Shiffrin 205, 5. Gutova-Behramio 180, 6. Mowinckelova 158

Downhill standings (after 3 of 9 races): 1. Goggio 300, 2. Johnson 240, 3. Puchnerova 152, 4. Suterova 145, 5. Siebenhoferova 124, 6. Delagova 112

Order of parallel competitions (1): 1. Slokarová 100, 2. Stjernesundová 80, 3. Lysdahlová 60, 4. Bassinová (ITA) 50, 5. Hectorová 45, 6. Monsenová (NOR) 40