93rd Int. Lauberhorn Races January 13 - 15, 2023

Three nations on the downhill podium

After Friday's downhill victory by Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, Austria's Vincent Kriechmayr is on top of the podium on Saturday. It is his second victory after 2019 at the Lauberhorn.
Beat Feuz was able to confirm his performance from Friday once again and skis into second place on Saturday. Italy's Dominik Paris takes third place and thus stands on the podium in Wengen for the third time overall.

After 17 years in the World Cup, 35-year-old Carlo Janka from Graubünden says goodbye in Wengen. He announced at the media conference on Thursday that he would be competing in his last race on his "favourite course" on Saturday. The Lauberhorn OC wishes Carlo Janka all the best for the future.

Worldcup downhill, men: 1. Vincent Kriechmayr (AUT) 2:26,09. 2. Beat Feuz (SUI) 0,34 zurück. 3. Dominik Paris (ITA) 0,44. 4. Marco Odermatt (SUI) 0,46. 5. Matthias Mayer (AUT) 0,51. 6. Martin Cater (SLO) 0,66. 7. Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (NOR) 0,98. 8. Stefan Rogentin (SUI) 1,36. 9. Otmar Striedinger (AUT) 1,67. 10. Max Franz (AUT) 1,77. 11. Daniel Hemetsberger (AUT) 1,80. 12. Christof Innerhofer (ITA) 1,85. 13. Niels Hintermann (SUI) 1,88. 14. James Crawford (CAN) 1,91. 15. Ryan Cochran-Siegle (USA) 2,16. 16. Daniel Danklmaier (AUT) 2,19. 17. Dominik Schwaiger (AUT) 2,27. 18. Johan Clarey (FRA) 2,35. 19. Romed Baumann (GER) 2,39. 20. Bostjan Kline (SLO) 2,57. 21. Bryce Bennett (USA) 2,59. 22. Urs Kryenbuehl (SUI) 2,63. 23. Nils Allegre (FRA) 2,81. 24. Simon Jocher (GER) 2,82. 25. Gilles Roulin (SUI) 2,93. 26. Christian Walder (SUI) 3,22. 27. Matthieu Bailet (FRA) 3,23. 28. Matteo Marsaglia (ITA) 3,32. 29. Mattia Casse (ITA) 3,51. 30. Josef Ferstl (GER) 3,64. – 47 riders classified.
 


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