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Streif in the live ticker today: German surprise at the Hahnenkamm? Ski ace Sander gives hope

2021-01-22T08:40:45.614Z

The Streif will take place in 2021 without a spectator. Nevertheless, the eyes of all ski fans this weekend will be on the Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm. The live ticker.



The Streif will take place in 2021 without a spectator.

Nevertheless, the eyes of all ski fans this weekend will be on the Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm.

The live ticker.

  • Curtain up for

    Streif 2021

    !

  • At the weekend there will be

    three races

    in

    Kitzbühel

    .

  • How are the DSV athletes?

    We accompany the

    Hahnenkamm race

    in the

    live ticker

    .

>>> UPDATE <<<

Update from January 22nd, 7.57 a.m.:

Today is getting serious!

The first of two runs on the legendary

Streif

is

pending

.

From 11.30 a.m., the drivers plunge into the Kitzbühel depths.

What is in it from the perspective of the Germans?

Romed Baumann

steps on the gas pedal: “The goal is a podium,” he says bluntly.

The Germans cut a good figure in training.

Andreas Sander was sixth twice

.

Is there a surprise looming there?

Josef Ferstl and Dominik Schwaiger finished eleventh and twelfth in Thursday's training, Baumann now only managed 21st place after his seventh place in the Wednesday unit.

But maybe it'll work out on the podium today anyway.

We are in the

live ticker

!

Streif in the live ticker: Ski highlight of the year in Kitzbühel

First report from January 21st, 1:32 p.m .: Kitzbühel - curtain up for the alpine ski highlight every winter!

At the weekend there is a lot going on in

Kitzbühel

, with three competitions taking place from Friday to Sunday on the legendary

Streif

.

Actually there would be a lot going on in

Tyrol

by now

, after

all

, the

Hahnenkamm Race is

the “place to be” for celebrities of every category every January.

Because of Corona, of course, everything will be different in 2021.

The World Cup will become a

Geister-Streif

,

fans are

not allowed on the

downhill runs

on Friday and Saturday (11:30 a.m.) or the

Super-G

on Sunday (10.20 a.m.).

Since it was made

Kitzbuehel

no different than the other winter sports destinations this World Cup.

The sporting value is still inviolable and that is why we are extremely looking forward to this weekend!

As

Aksel Lund Svindal

once said: "Your name on the gondola is like a star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood - only better." As is well known, the names of the winners will be immortalized on the red gondolas of the Hahnenkammbahn - in 2020 the Austrian

Matthias

was happy

Mayer

.

Streif 2021: Alpine Skiing World Cup takes place in Kitzbühel - looking forward to the Hahnenkamm race

Recently, you had to worry a few that the Streif could be canceled in 2021.

After all, there has been corona chaos in individual ski resorts in recent weeks - the

Wengen

World Cup

had to be completely canceled and held elsewhere.

What's in the

Streif

for the Germans?

Well, the first impression was good!

In the first training session, four DSV athletes were among the fastest 15.

Andreas Sander

was sixth on Wednesday, one place better than

Romed Baumann

.

Josef Ferstl

and

Manuel Schmid

finished 12th and 13th. In addition to these four drivers, the

German Ski Association

also nominated

Dominik Schwaiger

(22nd) and

Simon Jocher

(48th) for the speed races on the

Hahnenkamm

.

Streif 2021: The schedule for the Hahnenkamm weekend

Friday, January 22, 11:30 a.m.

Departure

Saturday, January 23rd, 11:30 a.m.

Departure

Sunday, January 24th, 10:20 am

Super G

Hahnenkamm race in Kitzbühel: what are the Germans tearing on the Streif?

Baumann

, who grew up near Kitzbühel and

switched

from Austria to

DSV

before the previous season

, praised the spontaneity in Corona times: “In principle, we were already prepared for such a season in autumn.

It was clear that anything can be possible, but that we will remain relaxed and flexible.

Now a double run in

Kitzbühel

, that's a huge thing. "

The fastest in the first of two training sessions was the American Ryan Cochran-Siegle, who was in good shape, ahead of his team-mate Travis Ganong and the Austrian Hannes Reichelt.

The second training run before the races is on the program on Thursday.

(akl / dpa / sid)

Source: merkur

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