Crotch Miller has already forgotten slalom

AARE. Swiss Champion Daniel Albrecht became world champion in the Super Avena in Sweden, where he had a new form of Alpine versatility premiere. After Staudacher’s Gold Surprise in the super-G and also at the head of the second men’s medal collection, the throne was a downhill runner who had never before been in a major competition on the podium. With a total loss of only eight hundred, the big silver favorite Benjamin Raich from Austria finished, bronze belongs to the Swiss Marco Berthod (+0.24).The organizers produced a faux pas after the decisive phase of the competition, when Olympic winner Ted Ligety was running one of the workers in the slalom, and the American had to repeat the ride long after the medallists drank the champagne.

After the lead, the American Bode Miller set the lead, but only with a 20-hundred-point lead ahead of the World Cup leader Aksel Lund Svindal.

In the first part, Versailles created a good position in front of the single-slalom slalom, practically even better than the more powerful slalomist Miller, who forgot this discipline and did not appear on the scoreboard of the last 13 SP slaloms.

A chance for a medal in alpine versatility was fed by Austrians headed by Benjamin Raich, who lost 1.60 s to the American.

Ivan Heimschild, who reached 45, was better off from a pair of Slovaks.The fastest time. Jaroslav Babušiak ranked 55th (+6.45).

Already under artificial lighting between dense gates, they tried to attack other co-owners like Rakúšan Schönfelder or Chorvát Kostelec, but they did not risk the slalom, and Čech Bank outpaced them before the fastest 15th in 94th A better time from Swiss Silvan Zurbriggen favorite supercombination, only four players had a real chance to get Raich from the throne of the world master of the world. The last classic, the world champion in the traditional combination, and the premiere winner of the World Cup supercombination, went well with his slalom.The first Swiss Marc Berthod, with a half-second slalom man, took the 16th place behind him.

But his compatriot Daniel Albrecht, even in slalom at Raich’s nearly 5 tenths, overtaken the Austrians by 8 hundred. It was only Miller who waited for a second golden sensation in Aare’s second male contest, although unlike the super-G much smaller. The American runner after long time went into the goal in slalom in limited time without any more significant error and dropped to 6th place. Albrecht, 23-year-old, was so happy with the gold, and this season he got in three SP races in the top ten.

A year ago in Turin, he finished fourth in the ZOH in a classic combination, then he had benefited from the outages of his favorites and quietly sent his business card three weeks ago.A place in the super-SP in Wengen. MS Results

1. Albrecht (Switzerland) 2: 28.99 min. 1: 37.66-51.33), 2. Raich (Austria) +0.08 (1: 38.24-50.83), 3. Berthod (Switzerland)

, 24 (1: 37.94-51.29), 4. Defago (Switzerland) +0.51, 5. Svindal (Norway) +0.60, 6. Miller (USA) +0.98. 29. Heimschild (SR) +6.76.