Everything that Marco Schwarz's top form still needs is a slalom victory. The 23-year-old Carinthian will run from & # 39; Alps men on Sundays (10.15 o'clock and 1.15 o'clock, each live on the ORF), at & # 39; a Torlauf in Wengen, the impressive series of six Australian World Cup followers.
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Although the Lauberhorn combined winner last in Zagreb and Adelboden each and every half-rider, but proven on Friday in the combined slam its current high performance. If you want to go for the win, you have to go to the limit, Black said.
"After that, it determines the point of intersection. I wanted to win both races, mistles can happen." Schwarz is fourth after the decision of the city council in Oslo and second in & # 39; a Madonna slalom in the discipline prize after 235 points, followed by fourth place substitute Marcel Hirscher (436), Swiss Daniel Yule (278) and Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen (269).
Career goes in the right direction
But black seems ready for his next success. While his colleague's from the ÖSV are preparing for the Wengen slum in St. Anton, on Friday he set the fastest time in & # 39; a combined slalom. Schwarz's career also sees ÖSV head coach Andreas Puelacher positive.
"He has now undergone a great learning process. He has done well over the past few years, even if it seems that the last two years have not been as successful in finding the podium page. But in a career it is not just always, sometimes stagnations, "Puelacher said.
He describes black as a "cheerful trainer". Careers go the right way, think he is 23 years old. "He had a very young stage, he had to consolidate something. With the station wagon and the giant slalom, he also set up a second and third discipline." Puelacher just looks at a big future, not just Schwarz.