That's a way to conclude a three days of racing in Hinterstoder! Alexis Pinturault skis an unbelievable first run on Monday morning, setting almost one second between him and the chasing pack. In the second run, the French man administrates his advantage and takes his third Giant Slalom victory in Hinterstoder, as well as the third in the current season in this discipline.
Filip Zubcic (CRO) impresses once again, skiing two terrific runs and closing second, 0.45s behind Pinturault.
After becoming the first Croatian man to win a Giant Slalom last week, Zubcic takes his second consecutive podium in Hinterstoder, the third one this season.
There is a new leader in the Giant Slalom standings and his name is Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR). The Norwegian clocks the third fastest time (+0.72s) with a good comeback in the second run and achieves his 62nd podiums in 149 World Cup races.
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (NOR) scored another Top 6 result in Giant Slalom, the fifth in a row but cannot prevent Pinturault from overtaking him in the Overall standings. As the World Cup Tour now heads to Kvitfjell (NOR) for two speed events, one of the tighest and most exciting end of season is approaching!