Zampa went to the third fastest time in slalom, finishing seven in a hand

After a strong SG run, @AlexPinturault goes on to twin @hahnenkammrace AC ahead of @MarcelHirscher & #Bank pic.twitter.com/J6GIFglwPe – FIS Alpine (@fisalpine) January 23, 2015

KITZBÜHEL. Slovak skier Adam Žampa on Friday night scored for the fifteenth time in the World Cup races. In the Alpine combination in Kitzbühel, Austria finished on the 7th lap.

In the reduced order of the super-medal slalom, he was on the 24th place (45th overall), slalom the third fastest jump jumped to the top ten final rank.

It’s his only second place in the top ten under the title of the prestigious series. In the discipline of scatter versatility, however, he slid like a slalom at the top event. Last year’s FIFA in Sochi finished fifth.Third finished Czech

He scored 36 points in the World Cup. The winner was Alexis Pinturault. In the renowned center he celebrated the eighth triumph in his career, the third in a combination.

“Last time, when I won, it made it easier for me to do it well, even though I made a mistake in slalom,” said the ORF winner.

Second place was occupied by Austrian Marcel Hirscher (+0.69 s), third was Czech Ondřej Bank (+0.94). The win in the sum of the super-G and the slalom race was 1.12 seconds behind.

The 7th Gradient is best for the 24-year-old Tatranca in the World Cup in Career.So far he has finished the ninth at the huge slalom in Sölden in October 2012.

A week ago he was in the supercombination in Wengene, Switzerland, fifteen.

“So far my best place in the World Cup, a bad bug in the middle, for the 18th place behind the third place is a little bit,” he wrote to twitter Yamaha. Super G Wins Paris

The Italian Dominic Paris triumphs in the super-glorious slalom in the afternoon. He achieved fourth career triumph in the World Cup. The other ended with the loss of six hundreds of Matthias Mayer and his third compatriot Georg Streitberger (+0.34).

Paris received a record premium of 64,000 Swiss Francs (65,000 euros) in the SP.

“It’s my second triumph on this hill, I’m probably sitting here. Two years ago I won the downhill, but now it was different.It was supposed to go hilarious if he wanted to succeed, “the Italian told APA.

1. Alexis Pinturault (Fr.) 2: 01.36 min

2. Marcel Hirscher +0,97

3. Ondrej Bank (CR) +0,94

4 Ivica Kostelic (HR) +0,97

> 5. Victor Muffat – Jeandet (Fr.) +1.02

6. Carlo Janka (CHE) +1.05

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1. Hirscher 916 b.

2. Jansrud 734 3. Pinturault 611

4. Neureuther 542 <