Ski World Cup 2021: Federica Brignone has the disappointment written on her face
Cortina d’Ampezzo – Italian ski racer Federica Brignone doesn’t have to say many words to describe her disappointment. Today’s slalom lasted only 23 seconds. She had not only imagined this appearance at the home World Cup to be a little different. If the everyday World Cup in Val di Fassa is soon on the program and two descents and a Super-G are carried out on the San Pellegrino Pass, it may not be there.
The disappointment is great. Even if the gate run was just an opportunity to have a good race, she knows that much more would have been possible. It’s not the worst of her long career, but the results left a lot to be desired. To some extent she showed what she can do and that a good result would be possible. But the shame is never to succeed. You have been preparing for the home World Cup or a similar event for years and then it is difficult or it hurts to pack your bags without a countable result.
The ski racer from the Aosta Valley knows the route in the Fassa Valley well. She trained on it before the World Cup. It is also possible that she only takes part in the last giant slalom of the season. The se take place in Jasná, Åre and at the finals in Lenzerheide. Maybe a jump on the podium. Now it’s only about the Ski World Cup, the sunshine over Cortina d’Ampezzo has faded.
Data and facts about the 2021 World Ski Championships
WM Slalom for women in Cortina d’Ampezzo
Official FIS start list 1st run – start 10.00 a.m.
Official FIS live ticker for women 1st round
Official FIS intermediate result after the 1st round
Official FIS start list 2nd run – start 1.30 p.m.
Official FIS live ticker for women 2nd round
Official FIS final World Championship Slalom in Cortina d’Ampezzo
At the World Cup no points are awarded for the
Ski World Cup and Nations Cup awarded
Overall Women’s World Cup 2020/21
Women’s World Cup Slalom 2020/21
Nations Cup: Women’s Cup
Nations Cup: overall ranking
All data is updated immediately upon receipt
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