Andreas Sander misses first World Cup

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The first podium in the World Cup career of ski rider Andreas Sander seemed almost certain. For a long time, the Germans had ranked third in the Super-G in the US Beaver Creek on Thursday — until Canada Broderick Thompson repressed the World Cup second on the uneven fourth place. In the end, Sander was three hundredths of a second slower.

I’m not annoying at all. I tried everything, and I’m super happy with the debut in the season, said the German after the race. Through his so far best World Cup result, the 32-year-old gave the hot-looking ticket for the Olympic Winter Games in Beijing. After Rome Baumann, Sander is the second German, who can plan for the ring festival in February.

Matt wins — Baumann is leaving

The victory went to Marco Matt from Switzerland, who after the triumph at the giant slalom in Golden had already cheered his second World Cup victory this winter. Second Olympic champion Matthias Mayer from Austria with a residue of 0.78 seconds.


Rome Baumann, who was ranked six in the previous week in Lake Louise, right after a driving error. Second best DSV starter became Simon Ocher (28th) followed by Josef First (32nd) and Dominik Schweitzer (36th).

It was not very convincing, I’ve been a bit too passive, Ocher said. In the coming days he wanted to attack. Overall, four speed races in Beaver Creek are on the program this week.