Everything’s Ready for the Super-G

The entire program for the next two racing days was confirmed in today’s Team Captains’ Meeting. Everything is going as planned and there were no issues today as confirmed by Technical Delegate Gorazd Bedrac and several national coaches.

The course setter was Norwegian Top Coach Franz Gamper who is actually from the Ulten valley in South Tyrol. His protégé Aksel Lund Svindal, winner of the first Super-G this year in Lake Louise, will be the one to beat tomorrow, starting at 12:15 pm. Austrian Marcel Hirscher, winner of Beaver Creek is taking a break. Froom 11:00 am onwards, several musical bands and DJs will provide for entertainment at the Finish. The award ceremony is scheduled for 5:45 pm and will be followed by an impressive light show and the bib draw for Saturday’s Downhill. This time, the celebration is taking place on the Nives Square in Selva/Wolkenstein.

Here's the link to the program in detail.