And Henrik Kristofferson (28) again finished second in Italy’s Alta Badia. Lucas Brathen (22) didn’t follow up on Sunday’s win and went off in the first half.
Kristoffersen ended up behind Lucas Brathen in the giant slalom on Sunday. On Monday, he ended up in the same place—behind the great Marco Odermatt with a total time of 2:38.27.
– It’s actually very good. It’s coming, it’s coming,” Kristoffersen tells Viaplay after ending up a tenth behind the Swiss.
– We take four-tenths in Odermatt. It’s not bad then. Now is the best. It’s really annoying, but at least we’re doing our best to catch it, he adds.
Kristofferson was also second going into the final round of Monday’s race. Slovenian Zan Kranjic was third on the podium after the last round.
Lucas Brathen came out at half time after a lap, right after the first interval showing he was only seven hundredths behind Odermatt who also led after the first half.
Thus, there was no success for Prathen, as it turned out Sunday race.
Atlee Lee McGrath started the second half promisingly, but made a mistake midway through and wasted time. The 22-year-old is ranked 27th.
Alexander Sten Olsen was the next-best Norwegian at 13th, while Rasmus Windingstad was 17th.
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