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23/02/2019 - 02:41
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FIS Ski Federation

Croatian Olympic Comittee
Lenzerheide (SUI), 11.03.2005.
Janica Kostelic 15th
Janica Kostelic had to be content with a far 15th place in today's Super-G race organised by perfect weather conditions on the challenging “Silvano Beltrametti” course in Lenzerheide. The skier form Zagreb, who came in 5th and 4th in her last two Super-G races, struggled again on the Swiss slope. Anja Paerson, who came in 3rd, increased her lead up to 89 points after this important competition.

"I had again a bad day, I just could not find my pace," she said. "I tried hard, but I didn't have any feeling for the course and what I should do to be fast. I felt relaxed at the start but once I skied, it was over. I stay focused for tomorrow's slalom and I aim for a better race in that occasion."

Yet for Paerson, the battle is not yet over. "89 points in not a lot, I just need to make a mistake or straddle a gate to be behind again," the Swede said after the race. "But this lead will help me to be more aggressive tomorrow in the slalom because I still have a good chance to get strong points in Sunday's giant slalom. That's why I wanted to finish among the top-3 today and I'm happy I achieved this goal."

The slalom race, the first on the women's World Cup tour since Maribor, will take place on the lower part of the downhill course and should be quite spectacular if the snow is harder. Finland's Tanja Poutiainen who already clinched the World Cup title in Slovenia, should be the skier to beat on that slope on which she often trained this winter.

Patrick Lang
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