Accustomed to kill the suspense in the first leg, Marcel Hirscher did not do this Saturday in Adelboden (Switzerland). Predicted by Henrik Kristoffersen, the Austrian, however, set the record straight on the second round of the Swiss giant slalom. Party with 12 hundredths of delay, he crushed the competition to win with 71 hundredths of advance, on the Norwegian.

Behind the duo, Thomas Fanara completes the podium of the day after having made a beautiful second run. Sixth after the first, he finishes with the 3rde time of the second part of the race. The 37-year-old is ahead of his compatriot Alexis Pinturault, who lost a spot in the second run.

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