Ski World Cup 2021: Women’s slalom in Cortina d’Ampezzo, preliminary report, start list and live ticker start times: 10 a.m. / 1.30 p.m.

Ski World Cup 2021: Women's slalom in Cortina d'Ampezzo, preliminary report, start list and live ticker start times: 10 a.m. / 1.30 p.m.

Ski World Cup 2021: Women’s slalom in Cortina d’Ampezzo, preliminary report, start list and live ticker start times: 10 a.m. / 1.30 p.m.

Cortina d’Ampezzo – © The  Alpine Ski World Championship in Cortina d’Ampezzo is drawing to a close. © The  women contest their last race with the slalom. If you look at the bookmaker’s odds sheet, you can see that Mikaela Shiffrin is the top favorite. ©

 The  best goalkeeper of the present and history knows this discipline inside out, despite her youthful 25 years and is accordingly successful. In Cortina, after 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019, the American could claim the goal run world title for the fifth time in a row. In addition, she has already won a complete set of medals in this year’s world championships. She counts next to the Swiss Lara Gut-Behrami and the Austrian Katharina Liensberger to the winners of this world championship. ©

 The  first lady of the first run will be let out of the start house at 10 a.m. (CET), the second run will start at 1.30 p.m. (CET). ©

 The  official FIS start list for the 1st round of the women’s World Championship slalom, on Saturday at 10 a.m. in Cortina d’Ampezzo, as well as the start numbers and the FIS live ticker can be found in the menu above.

Data and facts about the Ski World Championship 2021
Women’s World Championship Slalom 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 at 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

Apropos Liensberger: ©

 The  likeable athlete from Vorarlberg has two third and three second places in the slalom this World Cup season. She’s still waiting for the big highlight. Perhaps she will succeed in the gold-crowned hussar piece in Cortina d’Ampezzo and she will put the title holder of the last world championships from the USA in her place. ©

 The  lady from the Ländle is in a very good shape and would like to prove this in the last race.


 The  Slovak Petra Vlhová, who has unwound a mammoth program in the current world title fights, suffered a nasty rejection in the giant slalom, in which, by the way, she started as the defending champion. Whether she can regenerate so quickly and turn the world upside down in slalom so that the ski world is at her feet … remains an open question and is difficult to answer in advance. ©

 The  Swiss woman Michelle Gisin, a courageous all-rounder by trade, can drive onto the podium in the gate run as well as in the descent. You can trust her a lot because of her versatility.

Gisin’s teammate Wenthat Holdener broke up with her trainer after an injury and, admittedly, a somewhat messed up season just before the seasonal climax in the Bellunese Dolomites It is pointless to argue about whether this move – in terms of time – was brilliant or not. ©

 The  fact is that she has to surpass herself in the slalom in order not to go home without world championship precious metal – no matter what color. ©

 The  tension and the pressure to have to get something are therefore great. But the Swiss can put their mental strength in the foreground and silence many critics.


 The  Canadian Erin Mielzynski can be seen as an outsider. ©

 The  same can be said of her compatriot Laurence St-Germain, who drove well and solidly in the World Cup. Lena Dürr from Germany is up for a good placement, but her nerves have often played a trick on her. It can be assumed that Kira Weidle will be the only DSV athlete who has won a medal in an individual race. Shiffrin’s teammate Paula Moltzan can certainly do well, provided that she repeats her good ideas about parallel races and has one or the other who ended up unhappy Nina O’Brien watched in the giant slalom. ©

 The  latter wants to do more than just do better in slalom.

Come from Austria Carina Mair and Franziska Gritsch. Both are young and want to do very well in Cortina d’Ampezzo. It is to be hoped for both, because one day they want to step out of Liensberger’s shadow and together with her offer a quick-witted trio, although the latter is already the case in terms of results. ©

 The  Italians are probably looking at the routine Irene Curtoni. ©

 The  Norwegian delegation is certain that Kristin Lysdahl, Maria ©

 The rese Tviberg, Mina Prince Holtmann and ©

 The a Louise Stjernesund Follow in the footsteps of successful colleagues in the team competition and perhaps take an individual medal to the far north of Europe.


 The  Swiss woman is also well placed Melanie Meillard, but also the ÖSV lady Katharina Huber, the Czech who drives hard at times in the World Cup Martina Dubovská and the Swede Sara hector trustworthy. But the race starts from scratch for all starters. Let’s hope that everyone stays healthy and that a fair and, above all, exciting race is possible. It is only good for ski racing if it ends like the hundredths of a thriller in giant slalom. That would be something like ski racing at its best.

Women’s slalom race of the 2020/21 season

  1. Women’s slalom in Levi


 The  first women’s slalom of the 2020/21 season was held in Levi, Finland. ©

 The  Slovakian Petra Vlhová won ahead of the American Mikaela Shiffrin and the Austrian Katharina Liensberger. ©

 The se three athletes were already in positions one to three after the first round. ©

 The  Swiss women Wendy Holdener and Michelle Gisin swapped positions in the final and swung from fourth and fifth in the end. Behind the Swiss duo, Laurence St-Germain finished sixth, just behind. ©

 The  ÖSV trio Katharina Truppe, Chiara Mair, and Katharina Huber finished the goal run in seventh, eighth and tenth place. In between, the young Swiss ski lady Mélanie Meillard was happy about her very good ninth place.

  1. Women’s slalom in Levi

Petra Vlhová repeated her previous day’s victory at the second Ski World Cup women’s slalom as part of the 2020/21 skiing winter, which was also held in Levi. ©

 The  Slovak relegated the Swiss Michelle Gisin and the Austrian Katharina Liensberger to positions two and three. Wendy Holdener, also on the road for the Swiss Ski Team, crossed the finish line in fourth. Mikaela Shiffrin from the USA was fifth and was only a ridiculous hundredth of a second faster than the sixth Austrian Franziska Gritsch, who again impressively demonstrated her driving talent. Katharina Truppe drove behind the Ötztalerin – she is also on the road for Team Austria – in seventh place. ©

 The  top ten were completed by the Canadian Laurence St-Germain, the Italian Irene Curtoni and the up-and-coming Czech Martina Dubovská.

  1. Women’s slalom in Levi


 The  Swiss Michelle Gisin from Switzerland won the night slalom on the Magic Mountain in Semmering just outside Vienna. Austrian Katharina Liensberger swung into second position. Mikaela Shiffrin of the USA ended her working day in third place after being in the lead at half time. ©

 The  Slovak Petra Vlhová, who won the first two runs in Levi, took fourth place. ©

 The  second best Swiss woman was Wendy Holdener, who dropped to fifth despite fewer skiing days. Katharina Truppe showed two constant runs and finished sixth. ©

 The  Norwegians Kristin Lysdahl and Maria ©

 The rese Tviberg finished their slalom on Lower Austrian snow behind the ÖSV lady in positions seven and eight. Shiffrin’s teammate Nina O’Brien and Katharina Huber from Team Austria improved in the final run and completed the top ten.

  1. Women’s slalom in Zagreb


 The  Slovak ski racer Petra Vlhová won the slalom in Zagreb and thus the first race of the calendar year 2021. ©

 The  Austrian Katharina Liensberger came second. Swiss Michelle Gisin, who climbed to the top step of the podium at Semmering, finished third. Mikaela Shiffrin, who dropped to fourth place, just missed the 100th jump on a world cup podium. ©

 The  Canadian Erin Mielzynski finished fifth and was 0.06 seconds faster than Gisin’s teammate Wendy Holdener, who finished sixth. ©

 The  Viking Kristin Lysdahl came in seventh, while the German Lena Dürr took eighth place. ©

 The  Tyrolean Chiara Mair and the Norwegian Mina Fürst Holtmann completed the top ten of the women’s first goal run in the calendar year 2021.

  1. Women’s slalom in Flachau


 The  US-American Mikaela Shiffrin reported back to the slalom in Flachau just in time for the 2021 World Ski Championships. In the last goal run before the World Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, the 25-year-old won ahead of the Austrian Katharina Liensberger and Wendy Holdener from Switzerland. ©

 The  Slovak Petra Vlhová, who won the last two races in the Salzburger Land, took fourth place. In positions five and six, Michelle Gisin and Camille Rast were two Swiss women. ©

 The  Austrian Chiara Mair took seventh place. ©

 The  top 10 of the night slalom in Flachau, which took place without fans due to the corona, were rounded off by the Canadian Laurence St-Germain, Shiffrin’s teammate Paula Moltzan, and the ÖSV representative Katharina Truppe.

Looking back: Women’s World Cup slalom in Are 2019

Mikaela Shiffrin is crowned world champion 2019 in the women’s world championship slalom in Are, and after 2013, 2015, 2017 she can look forward to the fourth slalom world championship title in a row. ©

 The  Swede Anna Swenn Larsson (2nd – + 0.58) and the Slovakian giant slalom world champion Petra Vlhova (3rd) could look forward to the silver and bronze medals. Katharina Liensberger (4th) showed a great performance, but was not rewarded for her commitment. At the end of the day, the 21-year-old from Vorarlberg had to be content with the thankless fourth place. Slalom Olympic champion Frida Hansdotter (5th) finished her home race ahead of the Canadian Laurecnce St-Germain (6th), in fifth place. Even if Katharina Liensberger narrowly missed a medal, the ÖSV team with Katharina Huber (7th), Katharina Truppe (8th) and Bernadette Schild (9th) showed a strong team performance. Behind the tenth-placed Canadian Erin Mielzynski (10th), Lena Dürr (11th) was the best DSV racer in eleventh place.


– Wed., 02/10/2021, no World Championship races / events
– Thu, 11.02.2021, 10:45: Super-G Ladies
– Thu., 02/11/2021, 1 p.m .: Super-G men
– Sat., 02/13/2021, 11:00 a.m .: Departure women
– Sun., 02/14/2021, 11:00 a.m .: Departure men
– Mon., February 15th, 2021, 9:45 am / 2:10 pm: Combination women
– Mon., February 15, 2021, 11:15 am / 3:20 pm: Combination men
– Tue., 02/16/2021, 2 p.m .: parallel slalom women / men
– Wed., 02/17/2021, 12:15 p.m .: Mixed Team Parallel Slalom
– Thu., 02/18/2021, 10:00 a.m./1:30 p.m .: Giant slalom women
– Fri., February 19, 2021, 10 a.m. / 1.30 p.m .: Giant slalom men
– Sat., 20.02.2021, 10: 00/13: 30 o’clock: Slalom Ladies
– Sun., 02/21/2021, 10 a.m. / 1.30 p.m .: Slalom men

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