Halftime in the Nightrace - Meillard leads after Fabellauf - Feller in 4th place

Even if Marco Odermatt, their absolute number 1 for Schladming, had to give up due to injury, the Swiss team is still in an outstanding position at halftime in the giant slalom night race: Loic Meillard is the superior leader, second place is taken by Swiss skier Gino Caviezel (+0, 64 seconds) and third is Norway’s Henrik Kristoffersen (+1.06). In touch with the absolute top: Manuel Feller in fourth (+1.52.)

Here is the status after the first round: While Meillard was able to bring a mega time gap of 1.52 seconds between himself and Feller in 4th place, the man from Fieberbrunn has to start the final with a lead of just 0.40 seconds in 9th place By the way, in second place is Stefan Brennsteiner, the second-best Austrian, just ahead of Raphael Haaser, who had already placed 9th and 14th in the World Cup giant slalom this year. Marco Schwarz, who was 17- Year-old at the 2013 World Cup as a forerunner was able to get to know an RTL course in Schladming, and Roland Leitinger.

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