Grand Prix of Demanovska Caves stay in Liptov Saturday's second place in slalom and Sunday's triumph in giant slalom in the Alpine Ski World Cup in Jasná did not only mean Petra Vlhová approaching Lara Gut-Behrami from Switzerland in the overall World Cup ranking to 36 points. Twenty-five-year-old skier’s weekend results brought her another extremely rare prize.
Successful World Cup as seen by the Chief of Race An extraordinary amount of effort had to be expended by the Slovak organizers of the Alpine Ski World Cup in Jasná. They had to not only ensure the smooth course of the competition weekend connected with the previous days of training in top conditions, all during strict measures during the coronavirus pandemic and without spectators.
Zlato pre našu krajinu! 7.3.2021 Neúspešné obrovské slalomy z tejto sezóny hodila za hlavu a na domácom snehu predviedla fantastický výkon. Reč je slovenskej lyžiarke Petre Vlhovej, ktorá v obrovskom slalome Svetového pohára v Jasnej vybojovala prvé miesto. Druhá skončila Alice Robinsonová, tretia Mikaela Shiffrinová. Viac v reportáži TV JOJ.
Petra Vlhová took advantage of home environment and seized the giant slalom Slovak Petra Vlhová became the winner of Sunday’s women giant slalom world cup race in Jasná. 25-years-old skier returned to the absolute top of the most technical discipline on her home hill. It is her best result in the discipline this season.
What was said after Saturday’s World Cup slalom in Jasná Saturday's World Cup slalom in women alpine skiing in Jasná ended with the victory of the American Mikaela Shiffrinová ahead of the Slovak star Petra Vlhová and the Swiss Wendy Holdener. All competitors from the podium also shared their impressions of the race at the press conference.
Amazing Vlhová second, victory for Shiffrin Slovak representative Petra Vlhová took 2nd place in Saturday’s Ski Alpine World Cup slalom in Jasná. By gaining 80 points she secured her leader position in the discipline ranking and in the fight for the big crystal globe she approached Lara Gut-Behrami from Switzerland.
Debutant Petra Hromcová enjoyed WC in Jasná, but she was more nervous than during world championships The main star of the World Cup race in women alpine skiing in Jasná is Petra Vlhová, but another Slovak women can be found among the world top skiers. Twenty-two years old Petra Hromcová make her debut in WC below Chopok on Saturday and she will not be missing at the start of Sunday’s giant slalom.
STUDIO JASNÁ has found its way to the fans and exceeds expectations The still extremely unfavourable pandemic situation did not allow thousands of fans to come for the weekend Women Alpine Skiing World Cup in Jasná. The organizers have prepared a different format of entertainment for fans before and during the prestigious international event, and in the virtual world, STUDIO JASNÁ enjoys great attention.
Liensberger chases Vlhová in slalom, gains her mental strength by playing the harp She is only 23 years old, but she is already part of the Austrian women's national alpine skiing slalom team. Katharina Liensberger is one of the participants of the World Cup in Jasná, who won two gold medals at the recent World Championships in Italy and is second after Petra Vlhová in the World Cup slalom ranking.
Vlhová does not mind the change in the programme, she is looking forward to seeing her closest ones in Jasná Petra Vlhová will be without doubt the star of the weekend World Cup in alpine skiing in Jasná. On the home slope, she will fight for important points in the battle for crystal globes. She has already completed her last official training.
PROGRAMME CHANGE: AUDI FIS SKI WORLD CUP JASNÁ 2021 "Due to weather, FIS together with the organizers has decided to change programme. Tomorrow it is expected to be cloudy and the weather forecast predicts better weather on Sunday," President of the Organising Committee Matej Hulej explains the exchange of disciplines at the world cup.
World Cup 2021 in Jasná - diplomacy and representatives of the FIS The most important sporting event of the year in Slovakia - the Alpine Skiing World Cup 2021 in Jasná - will start on Saturday. In addition to top sports performances, it will also bring, to a limited extent, the participation of the highest representatives of the FIS, of the professional sports community and of representatives of the most important partners
Both racers and FIS representatives are satisfied with the level of preparation in Jasná Although the opinion of the racers on the quality of the slope is important when organizing the women Alpine Ski World Cup in Jasná, the views of the representatives of the International Ski Federation (FIS) are also very important.
Petra Vlhová trained in Jasná, she is looking forward to the weekend temperature drop The women's Alpine Ski World Cup in Jasná is exceptional for the elite Slovak national team member Petra Vlhová, as she can collect points in the overall ranking in the fight for the big crystal globe on a slope that she has been familiar with since she was a child.
The hustle in Jasná is growing, the competitors praise the quality of the slope The sign that the World Cup in women's alpine skiing in the Low-Tatras Jasná resort is approaching by leaps is also shown by the fact that the competitors from several countries were already preparing on the training slope on Tuesday.
The FIS gave Jasná the green light, the readiness check turned out well The extraordinary efforts of the Slovak organisers were aimed at ensuring that Jasná complied with all regulations of the International Ski Federation (FIS), in addition to the area, the slopes also had to be inspected – the training and competition one.
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Green light for the race in Jasná, the slopes also passed the last inspection from the FIS The women's World Cup in alpine skiing in the Low-Tatras resort of Jasná was given the green light by the International Ski Federation (FIS). The slopes below Chopok also passed the last FIS inspection, which took place on Thursday, without any problems.
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Not only Petra Vlhová. Slovenians and Poles also trained in Jasná The organisers are finishing the preparations, the training and competition slope are already ready for the next weekend. During the current week, several competitors even trained under Chopok, and Slovak sovereign Petra Vlhová was also among them.
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Red, yellow, blue and green. These will be the zone colors during the World Cup in Jasná The organisers of the World Cup in alpine skiing in Jasná have been working for a long time on the preparation of the event planned for the first weekend of March, so that Petra Vlhová and her competitors in the fight for a big crystal globe will find the best possible conditions in the Low Tatras.
Fewer journalists at the World Cup in Jasná, a novelty will be the Studio Jasná Media representatives are an integral part of every sporting event, including the World Cup in alpine skiing in Jasná. Their task is to bring as much diverse information from the event as possible directly from the venue of the event. After all, there are limitations associated with a coronavirus pandemic.
Competitors of the FIS World Cup in Jasná 2021 as a symbol of beauty and femininity The organisers of the 2021 World Cup presented the visual design of the event. The World Cup will symbolize and highlight the natural beauty and femininity as a contrast to the strength and combativeness that is characteristic of such a tough sport as downhill skiing.