The Super-G domination of the Norwegian Kjetil Jansrud continues: after Val d’Isere and Gardena he dominated also in Santa Caterina. Three different courses for what speed and features is concerned and three small masterpieces. With 1’30 “88 Kjetil is ahead of Austrian Hannes Reichelt with 60/100 and our Dominik Paris with 65/100.
The secret of the Norwegian is in the great technical fundamentals, in the softness and fluidity of his movements, a fundamental feature on a complex course like the Compagnoni one. “I was really fast on the top – said Jansrud – I just tried to ski well, to make no mistakes.”
It was a nice super-G the one created by Eric Seletto – former Azzurro from Valle D’Aosta and now coach of the French team, who took full advantage of the roughness of the track. Closed in the first part and fast in the second half, just right to highlight the talent. The final results don’t lie. The World Cup leader, the Austrian Marcel Hirscher, is disappointed and among the last with 3 “43 behind Jansrud.