The second set of medals will be distributed to alpine skiers in the super giant slalom at the World Championships in Courchevel. The race will start at 11:30 on the L’Eclipse track. Live broadcast on TV SLO 2 and MMC.
The main favorites of the test are the Swiss Marco Odermatt and Norwegian Alexander Aamodt Kilde, have not yet won a medal at the world championships. The Swiss ace has won four of six super-G slaloms this World Cup season, including the last two in Cortina d’Ampezzo. In the super giant slalom, they have this season Odermatt and Kilde complete dominance. The Norwegian won the remaining two v Beaver Creek and Wengen.
From the background, the mistakes of the two main favorites will be felt by rivals. Among them is the Austrian Vincent Kriechmayr, the 2021 double world champion in downhill and super giant slalom. The organizers of the championship are also aiming for a medal. Alexis Pinturault, who won bronze in the discipline two years ago, is still in contention for a medal today after winning gold in the alpine combination. Pinturault was the fastest in the combined super-giant slalom in which he is Odermatt surprisingly missed one of the gates, Kilde but he was seventh.
There are four Slovenians at the start, who remained unplaced in the combination. Martin Čater with number 25, Miha Hrobat will be wore number 35, Nejc Naraločnik will be started as 37th and Rok Ažnoh, junior downhill world champion, as 40th.