Alpine Skiing World Championships Women: Live Ticker – Alpine Combined

  • 11:15

    Patricia Mangan (USA)

    The next failure! After just a few goals, Patricia Mangan leaves the course and is eliminated.

  • 11:14

    W. Holdener (SUI)

  • 11:14

    Wendy Holdener (SUI)

    Wendy Holdener has already been combined world champion twice and the Swiss naturally has some plans here as well. She drove the first section very cleanly but without taking any final risks. When entering the finish slope, she has to readjust once and she is in third place for the time being. Anything is possible!

  • 11:12

    Marta Bassino (ITA)

    Marta Bassino is a must here! The Italian gets off to a strong start and immediately gains two tenths at the top. But then tragedy happened! Bassino misses a wave as it enters a darker section of track, flies off and misses the next gate. With that, a co-favorite is out!

  • 11:10

    Romane Miradoli (FRA)

    What can Romane Miradoli tear in front of a home crowd? Of course, the Frenchwoman knows the track, but she hasn’t convinced yet this winter. Miradoli is quite committed and fights, but is carried off several times and has to make a number of extra meters. In the finish slope she catches up again and takes third place.

  • 11:09

    F. Gritsch (AUT)

  • 11:08

    Franziska Gritsch (AUT)

    Now comes Franziska Gritsch! The Austrian recently made a good impression in the Super-G and she can do slalom anyway. Gritsch comes in well and is on top of Grenier’s top time. Once the 25-year-old overlooks a wave and is easily levered out, once she brakes easily. On the other hand, Gritsch is super fast and gets two tenths ahead of Grenier. best time!

  • 11:06

    Sofia Goggia (ITA)

    Sofia Goggia has hit the ground running on the downhill so far. But what is the Italian doing here in the combination? Presumably this Super-G serves her more to inspect the course, since there was no downhill training yet. Goggia takes it easy and checks in in second place. Whether she starts in the slalom at all seems questionable.

  • 11:05

    V. Grenier (CAN)

  • 11:04

    Valerie Grenier (CAN)

    Valérie Grenier caused a sensation this winter with her first World Cup victory in giant slalom. The Canadian comes from speed and shows that right away. There’s a lot more power than Aicher before and Grenier is quickly half a second ahead. The significantly higher pace pays off even more in the end and the lead is clear despite a few small mistakes.

  • 11:03

    E. Aicher (GER)

  • 11:02

    Emma Aicher (GER)

    Here we go! Emma Aicher plunges into the slope and opens the alpine combination. The 19-year-old wobbles briefly and is pushed far back, but then gets in better and finds the ideal line. She drives the technical middle section cleanly, but very cautiously. In the finish slope she pushes again and records the first time in 1:12.58 minutes.

  • 10:59

    Good conditions

    With bright sunshine and almost ideal conditions, Emma Aicher is allowed to open these world championships in Méribel.

  • 10:52

    ÖSV hopes for Gritsch

    Austria is also represented with four riders. So far, however, only Franziska Gritsch has stood out as a combined athlete, who could definitely compete for the podium here. Ricarda Haaser also competes in all disciplines. Ramona Siebenhofer and Cornelia Hütter, on the other hand, are usually at home in the speed area.

  • 10:47

    Quartet from Switzerland

    The Swiss Ski team will be represented by four female skiers in the first World Championship event. Wendy Holdener and Michelle Gisin, who are considered the best all-rounders within the team, certainly have the best chance of a good result. Lara Gut-Behrami and Priska Nufer have their strengths especially in the speed area and have to do well in the Super-G if they want to keep ahead in the slalom later on.

  • 10:39

    Aicher represents the DSV

    With Emma Aicher, the DSV is also sending an athlete to this alpine combination. The 19-year-old newcomer has already impressed with a top ten result in the slalom this winter and has also scored points in the Super-G. Aicher can start the race with starting number one.

  • 10:36

    Shiffrin the top favorite

    As always, the top favorite is called Mikaela Shiffrin again today. The American, who now has 85 World Cup victories and is only one win away from Ingemar Stenmark’s record, has already triumphed in both disciplines this winter. Shiffrin also won the last World Cup combination in 2021. While Petra Vlhová, one of her worst rivals, does not participate in this competition, the Italians Federica Brignone and Marta Bassino as well as the Swiss Wendy Holdener and Michelle Gisin are some all-rounders who want to challenge Shiffrin for victory.

  • 10:28

    First decision

    The Alpine Combined World Championships in Courchevel and Méribel begin today. 33 athletes are at the start to compete in Super-G and Slalom. The speed race starts at 11 a.m., the finale in the pole forest follows at 2:30 p.m.

  • Welcome

    Hello and welcome to the Women’s Alpine Combined World Championship decision! The live ticker starts in good time before the start of the competition.

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