The famous Night Race of Schlamding goes to superstar Marcel Hirscher, who wins the duel against Henrik Kristoffersen. Switzerland's Daniel Yule takes a second career podium.
The slalom highlight of the season gathered over 50‘000 spectators in Schladming for the 20th edition of the traditional Night Race. The event concludes the “slalom month” and Henrik Kristoffersen gets away with another win, the 5th this season. Not far behind, Marcel Hirscher finishes second and Alexander Khoroshilov 3rd.
As usual on the Tuesday after Kitzbuehel, Schladming (AUT) stages the traditional Night Slalom, the sixth slalom race of this year’s Audi FIS Ski World Cup. More than 50’000 people were present to cheer for the 83 athletes from 27 nations that raced today.
As usually on the Tuesday after Kitzbuehel, Schladming stages his traditional Night Slalom, the 6th of this year’s Audi FIS Ski World Cup. More than 40’000 people were already present for the first run, which highly motivates the 83 athletes from 27 nations that kicked off the start gate today.
In tonight’s slalom race in Schladming, Russian Alexander Khoroshilov made history as after putting together two flawless runs he claimed the first Alpine World Cup victory for Russia ever since Alexander Zhirov won his last race, a giant slalom in Laax in 1981.