Alexander Schmid has missed a place among the first ten at the end of the Alpine season. At the World Cup final in the French Courchevel, the Allgäu fell back on Saturday with the giant slalom after a weak second passage and occupied in 2: 12.59 minutes only the 18th place. After the first run Schmid had still ranked nine. “That was not the final run, which I wished,” said the 27-year-old in ZDF. Winner was once again the Swiss Marco Odermatt. The winner of the Total and Disciplinary World Cup celebrated its fifth seasonal success in the total time of 2: 10.40 minutes. Second, the Norwegian Lucas Braathen was a residue of 0.49 seconds. Odmatts Landsmann Loic Meillard was 0.63 seconds as third parties.
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