The German ski tourist Lena Burr was sensationally driven to its first podium in the Finnish Levi in ​​a Slalom World Cup. Thanks to a strong second run on Saturday, the Munich struggled on Saturday in third place and made a big step towards Olympia. So horny, we all have gone together, said the dissolved Munchkin for her great success in the ARD. It was time to finally drive under the best three.

The athlete of SV Garnering had already celebrated a World Cup victory in 2013 at the parallel slalom in Moscow. But with such a real slalom, its another feeling again, the 30-year-olds, who could turn their good seventh place from the previous week in Lech.

The win in the Lapland race took overall World Cup wine Petra Altova. Slovakia had already won the two gate runs in Levi last winter. Third was the two-time Olympic champion and Golden winner Mikaela Shirin with 0.31 seconds.

Also Higher convinced

In addition to Burr convinced from the five-headed German ski bid, the only 18-year-old Emma Richer with a good 14th place. Last winter, the Youngster had already been surprisingly nominated for the parallel team competition at the World Cup in Corina dMezzo, holding Bronze with the German Raise. Pretty cool. I was not prepared for that, Asher said.

Jessica Dillinger also drove with place 25 into the points. Marlene Schmitz and Andrea Filter had just missed the final 30s final. On Sunday (10.30 / 13.30 clock), Lapland is another slalom of ladies on the program.

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