Felix Loch has reported at a home world Cup to a shape, that’s impressive. The two-time individual Olympic champion won after a year without a victory in the men’s race in Winterberg, and celebrated his sixth title. Thus, the German is now the world record holder. He leads the best list, together with Italy’s icon Armin Zöggeler.

The 29-Year-old hole put us through to a two runs with 0.1 seconds ahead of Austrian Reinhard Egger. European champion Semen Pavlichenko of Russia (0,113 seconds back) finished third.

“It was madness, I knew that I must give everything. To win after this season now, is simply the Hammer,” said hole in the ZDF: “We have changed a lot on the sled, the whole Team just fits. That makes the success – it is a great day.”

The Olympic bronze medalist John Ludwig, finished in fourth position in front of the strong world Cup debutants Chris draw a sketch. Sebastian Bley ended up as the fourth German Starter on the 20. Place.

Geisenberger, Eggert, Benecken – all Gold

had Already on Saturday, Olympic champion Natalie Geisenberger won the Gold and got it. The 30-Year-old led the scores with a German double victory, Julia Taubitz caught with more than four-tenths of a second behind silver.

In the case of the double-seaters had triumphed Toni Eggert and Sascha Benecken. The Thuringian defended their title against the Olympic Champions Tobias Wendl/Tobias Arlt.

the hole was lost at the world Cup in 2017 in Igls its title to Wolfgang Kindl (Austria), at the winter games in February 2018 in Pyeongchang, he forgave the almost secure Gold due to an error in the last run. His to Sunday, the last victory was on 14. January 2018 at the world Cup in Oberhof retracted.


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