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Alpine skiing, the last men’s downhill experience at Beaver Creek, has been cancelled

Alpine skiing, the last men’s downhill experience at Beaver Creek, has been cancelled

An inevitable decision. During the Italian night a decision was made by the organizers to manage Men’s Alpine Skiing World Cup stage to Beaver Creek (USA). today, Starting at 6.45 pm Italian timeIt was expected The last timed landing testto allow athletes to better study the paths to be encountered.

However, worsening weather conditions forced the FIS race director, Marcus WaldnerTo intervene. There is no third training And set straight to the races. On snow in the United States is scheduled to be Two free descents and a Super-G.

He was the best among the Azzurri in the training sessions held Mattia Cass. Historically, this slope is not very popular with local skiers, in particular Dominique Paris Who is still searching for redemption after a quiet season. It must be carefully observed Florian CheddarWhich may be a surprise in both cases.

It is hoped that the weather will allow for regular development of the schedule, and remembering what happened at the time Zermatt-CerviniaThe rapid opening process did not take place due to the abundance of snow and strong winds. Inconveniences that should not arise here.

Photo: La Presse

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