10:30 a.m. / final 1:30 p.m.

Kitzbühel – After the two breathtaking and thrilling descents, high-end technicians are now in demand in Kitzbühel. They compete in slalom on the mythical “Ganslernhang”. The first round begins at 10:30 a.m. (CET), with the top 30 final taking place three hours later. The official FIS start list for the 1st round of men’s slalom on the Ganslernhang in Kitzbühel on Sunday at 10.30 a.m., as well as the start numbers and the live FIS ticker can be found in our data menu.

FIS Info Kitzbühel – Media inspection: The slope is very, very icy, so the media inspection is cancelled.

Data and facts as of (01/22/2023)
6th men’s slalom in Kitzbühel

Start list 1st round – start 10:30 a.m.
Men’s live ticker 1st round
Intermediate result after the 1st round
List of stars 2nd round – departure at 1:30 p.m.
Men’s live ticker 2nd round
Final result men’s slalom in Kitzbühel

General classification of the Men’s World Cup 2022/23
Men’s Slalom World Cup Ranking 2022/23

Nations Cup: men’s ranking
Nations Cup: general classification

All data will be updated immediately

If you take a closer look at the ranking of the discipline, the Norwegian has Henrik Kristoffersen nose in front. The experienced ski racer, who carves around the goal posts on Marcel Hirscher’s skis, can by no means rest on his laurels. His young compatriot Lucas Braathen more successfully stands up to him and clearly wants to challenge him for the little crystal ball. The Austrian Manuel Fellerwho lives a stone’s throw from Kitzbühel, naturally wants to finish both runs well and finally win a victory in the red-white-red crowd.

Swiss Daniel Yule, winner of Madonna di Campiglio, has regained her former strength and would also like to achieve a very good result in Gamsstadt. his compatriot Loic Meillard, presumably, wrote something similar on its banners. German Linus Strasser is an athlete to be reckoned with at all times as the top 3 take to the podium and cheer on the fans who roared for their support throughout both runs. It will certainly be noisy when Carinthia Marco Schwarz a more than satisfactory result.

Alexis Pinturault of Equipe Tricolore is still good on skis and would like to do a very good result in Kitzbühel. Thanks to his routine, you can always trust him. It is also the Italian athletes Stefano Gross and Giuliano Razzoli to wish. A Norwegian who owns the future probably does too Atle Lie McGrath. He can get involved up front and is one of those ski racers who, due to his carefree youth, can always surprise people in a positive way. Tommaso Sala from the ranks of the Squadra Azzurra is the best in his country and of course wants to continue his positive momentum in the 2022/23 season.

Swiss ski athlete Ramon Zenhauser takes it slowly. Unlike last season, he impresses with much better results this year. The 202cm skier is one of the best in his field and would like to achieve great things again. The French Olympic champion Clement Noel has not always been convincing. Success in Kitzbühel would change his outlook. We can also expect good results from Sweden Kristoffer Jakobsenthe hosts Adrian Pert, Johannes Strolz, Michael Matt and Fabio Gstrein hang on. If you start at home, you will of course have an extra dose of self-confidence. We can assume.

The Confederates Marc Rochet and Tanguy Nef are like the vikings Timon Haugan, Alexander Steen Olson and Sebastian Foss-Solevåg have satisfactory results. The two most recently listed ski racers from the far north of Europe, with their rankings at regular intervals, ensure that the Norwegian delegation achieves a compact team result. South Tyrol Alex Vinatzer wants to forget his failed start to the current winter and ride to the podium again and ideally say hello from the same.

Albert Popov from Bulgaria and last year’s British winner Dave Ryding often end up in the top 15 when looking at the leaderboards. But if they step up their game, there’s definitely more. South Tyroleans know that Simon Mauberger and Tobias Kastlunger – the latter gave a great moment to the Val d’Isère race – like the Belgian Armand Marchantthe Croatian Filip Zubcic and Strasser’s teammate Sebastien Holzman same.

As mentioned, last year Dave Ryding won ahead of Lucas Braathen and Henrik Kristoffersen.

Preliminary report for skiweltcup.tv: Andreas Raffeiner

The men’s ski world cup calendar for the 2022/23 season

The women’s ski world cup calendar for the 2022/23 season


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