Italian class for herself, two Slovenians among fifteen


Despite the deteriorating epidemiological picture across Europe, the new season of the Alpine Skiing World Cup started today. The traditional opening weekend of the new season is hosted by the Swiss Sölden. After the first run of the women’s giant slalom, the Italian Marta Bassino is in the lead, and three Slovenians will compete in the finals, the best starting point is Tina Robnik, who is 12th.
After the first run in Sölden, where there are no spectators, the Italian is in the lead Marta Bassino, which found itself best in poor visibility. She is 58 hundredths of a second behind her compatriot and the best giant slalom skier of last season Federica Brignone, the third is Norwegian Mina Fuerst Holtmann (+0.92).

She was the first Slovene to run on the track with the number eight Tina Robnik, who was a bit more restrained, and with a lag of 2.36 is in twelfth place after the first part, Meta Play is five hundredths of a second behind and is a place behind Robnikova, Ana Bucik is 3.68 behind and is 26.

She also represented Slovenian colors Neja Dvornik, which was too slow for the finals (48th) with a lag of 5.13.

The final run will be scheduled for 1 p.m.

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