Wengen Altenmarkt 2024

by Alain Chivilò


Speed (and a slalom) between Wengen for the Men and Altenmarkt-Zauchensee for the Women.


Women’s Super G

Austrian Cornelia Huetter wins in 1.13.17, +0.09 Kajsa Lie Vickhoff, +0.21 Lara Gut-Behrami. Fourth and fifth were the Italians Brignone and Bassino. Ten female skiers in one second. Sofia Goggia makes a mistake but remains on track in a race compromised in terms of points and result. Huetter wins in super g on home snow after Renate Gotschl in December 2006.

Women’s Downhill

Sofia Goggia makes no mistakes and returns to victory in 1.46.47, winning for the first time as Italy on the Austrian track, +0.10 Stephanie Venier, +0.34 the duo Nicol Delago and Mirjam Puchner. Always a close race but Goggia resists and prevails.

Women’s Super G

Career victory number 40 for Lara Gut-Behrami in 1.14.95, +0.25 Cornelia Huetter, +0.26 Mirjam Puchner. The female skiers of the moment confirm themselves on the podium but also in terms of placings.

Wengen, Lauberhorn

Men’s Downhill

Marco Odermatt wins in his Switzerland in 1.43.32, Cyprien Sarrazin confirms his solidity with a second place + 0.58, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde + 0.81 Italy fourth and fifth with Florian Schieder and Dominik Paris.

Men’s Super G

The cards are shuffled with the skiers themselves. Cyprien Sarrazin wins in 1.47.75, +0.58 Marco Odermatt, +1.00 Aleksander Aamodt Kilde. Italy fourth and fifth with Dominik Paris and Guglielmo Bosca.

Men’s Downhill

Marco Odermatt 2.25.64, Cyprien Sarrazin +0.59, Dominik Paris +1.92. Aleksander Aamodt Kilde falls late on, dislocating his shoulder and cutting his calf. With Mikaela by his side he will return to racing as soon as possible.

Men’s Slalom

Manuel Feller confirms himself in Switzerland 1.50.28, like Atle Lie Mcgrath +0.10, while Henrik Kristoffersen returns to the podium +0.21.

Next races: Flachau for the women and then Jasna, Kitzbuhel for the men.


©AC, NDSL, AM, Alain Chivilo

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