Moved by 60 minutes, the second preparation of the declining of the Beijing Olympics occurred under solid blasts. The Norwegian Aleksander Kilde came out awesome.
This is the kind of thing they knew prior to showing up in China, the downhillers endured it somewhat more on Friday: the breeze was blowing hard again for the second instructional meeting, before the plummet booked for Sunday February sixth.
Seventh Thursday, Aleksander Kilde completed ahead of the pack, after a beginning postponed by an hour because of climate conditions. The Norwegian is in front of the Austrian Max Franz and the Canadian Broderick Thompson.
“The breeze is actually the enormous drawback,” responded Johan Clarey, 29th. “Today we had the option to prepare yet it was a piece hot. It makes no difference with the conditions. I needed to make a responsibility yet it put me off. I had large blasts, now and again I was unable to see where I was venturing, I skied in reverse, I’m not going to gain some significant experience from today. »
Maxence Muzaton came out awesome on the French side, 21st. Blaise Giezendanner, who missed an entryway, is 25th, Nils Allègre 31st and Matthieu Bailet 43rd. Alexis Pinturault, who took his imprints before the plunge of the joined, completed 37th.