Thus, she was isolated for five days in Austria.
– It’s very good, but it’s boring to lose the race. Anyway, I’ll be back soon, says the Hakkadal climber to NTB.
Stegersund will return to full training on Thursday. Initially, the gutters will be smoked in Zagreb (4 – 6 January) and in Kranjska Gora (8 – 9 January).
Next Tuesday is downhill skiing in Flachau, Austria.
At Lech in November, Stegersund was five hundred from her first World Cup victory when she finished second in the parallel giant slalom.
On the men’s side, Attlee Lee McGrath (21) missed for a while after sustaining a broken thumb during New Year’s Eve rehearsals. Intervention is necessary before he can drive by rail.
The slalom in Zagreb and the two races in Adelboden (Switzerland, January 8-9) come too early for the 21-year-old.
“I just have to wait and see, but fortunately this isn’t a serious injury, and I’ll be back as soon as possible,” says McGrath.
The following situation of Norway in Croatia:
Women: Mina Forrest Holtman (Perome’s Skiclub), Maria Tviberg (Jello)
Men: Sebastian Vos Solvog (Spelkavik), Timon Hogan (Oppdal Albin), Henrik Kristofferson (Rollingen), Lucas Brathen (Peromes Skiclub), Alexander Steen Olsen (Kelsus).
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