1 Other winter sports

Evelin Lanthaler pointed out.

Lanthaler and Gruber on the fastest runners

The winter sports season continued over the weekend with a variety of competitions. Among other things, the new national champions in natural track tobogganing were crowned at Plan de Gralba in Val Gardena.

Around 70 natural track tobogganers took part in the title fights at South Tyrol level. The best time of the day was achieved by Daniel Gruber from Lasa (1.31,05) and South Tyrol's toboggan queen, Evelin Lanthaler from Passiria (1.31,78).


The new South Tyrolean national champions of the various age groups at a glance:
Student 2: Anna Wegmann (Laas/1.49,04) and Simon Torggler (Latzfons/1.53,50)
Youth 1: Paula Fink (Latzfons/1.45,17) and Daniel Gamper (Feldthurns/1.48,04)
Youth 2: Romi Oberprantacher (Passeier/1.44,83) and Lukas Marzari (Ultental/1.38,23)
Juniors 1: Lotte Mulser (Völs/1.33,99) and Michael Noah Tinzl (Laas/1.33,08)
Juniors 2: Ivonne Müller (Ultental/1.34,96) and Tobias Paur (Völs/1.32,32)
General class: Evelin Lanthaler (Passeier/1.31,78) and Daniel Gruber (Laas/1.31,05)

On the Bergkristall track in Passeier, however, the Raiffeisen Youth Toboggan Cup came to an end on Sunday with the fourth stage. The mild temperatures demanded everything from the participants. The individual daily winners in the various categories at a glance:


luge
Student 1: Ida Genesio (Latsch/1.10,08) and Matthias Pallanch (Völs/1.23,61)
Student 2: Emilie Marzari (Ulten/1.06,32) and Simon Torggler (Latzfons/1.10,68)
Youth 1: Emily Federer (Völs/1.01,26) and Daniel Gamper (1.02,36)
Youth 2: Romi Oberprantacher (Passeier/59,34) and Lukas Marzari (Ulten/1.00,58)

Sports luge
Student 2: Anika Comploi (Wengen/1.18,01) and Alex Lamprecht (Villnöß/1.16,26)
Youth 1: Valentina Stifter (Olang/1.07,23) and Tommy Nagler (Wengen/1.06,67)
Youth 2: Annika Stadler (Villnöß/1.06,16) and Christian Dejaco (Wengen/1.01,59)

The overall winners have now been determined. Here is also an overview:
luge
Student 1: Anne Breitenberger (Ulten/385 points) and Matthias Pallanch (370)
Student 2: Anna Wegmann (Laas/385) and Simon Torggler (385)
Youth 1: Paula Fink (Latzfons/385) and Daniel Gamper (355)
Youth 2: Romi Oberprantacher (370) and Jakob Gruber Genetti (Völlan/355)

Sports luge

Student 2: Anika Comploi (400) and Alex Lamprecht (400)
Youth 1: Teresa Runggatscher (Villnöß/385) and Tommy Nagler (400)
Youth 2: Annika Stadler (325) and Peter Runggatscher (Villnöß/355)


Almost 250 cross-country skiers in action on Monte Pana


The Raiffeisen Cross Country Cup also continued in Val Gardena, but on Monte Pana. The distance race with an individual start was contested by almost 250 enthusiastic cross-country skiers who tackled the different lengths of the route depending on their age.
The individual category winners at a glance:
Years 2016-17: Rosa Hell (Dobbiaco) and Johann Hofer (Gröden)
Years 2014-15: Annika Gufler (ALV Kronspur) and Alan Dominik Piazza (Gröden)
Years 2012-13: Anna Profanter (Seiser Alm) and Matias Piazza (Gröden)
Years 2010-11: Magda Moser (Sarntal) and Matteo Domenico Senoner (Gröden)
Years 2008-09: Emma Schwitzer (Sarntal) and Johannes Mair (Toblach)
Years 2006-07: Marie Schwitzer (CS Carabinieri) and Luca Pietroboni (Sesvenna)
Born 2004-05: Romina Bachmann (CS Carabinieri) and Samuel Ploner (Olimpic Lama)
Years 2001-03: Elisa Negrini (Sesvenna) and Felix Pider (Sottozero Nordic Team)
Senior: Susanna Steinkasserer Ferdik (ALV Kronspur) and Gabriel Köhl (Deutschnofen)


Nordic combination and special jumping: Italian Cup on Monte Pana

In Val Gardena and more precisely on Monte Pana, a stage of the Italian Cup took place in relatively good conditions. In the 2014/15 vintage, local hero Alan Dominik Piazza was fourth best South Tyrolean combined athlete - a result that Niklas Perathoner (Gröden) also achieved among the athletes two years older. Matthias Barani came eighth in the 2010 and 2011 category. Piazza came sixth in the special jumping, as did Perathoner in the next older category. Barani, however, finished ski jumping in 15th place.


Freestylers with top placings

At the Raiffeisen Slopestyle Tour on Kronplatz, local hero Andi Engl (Brunico) was able to impress with a third place. In Cervinia, however, the Italian Cup in freestyle snowboarding continued. Nicole Bazzanella (Seiser Alm) prevailed in the Allievi age group (born 2009-2010), while her teammate Jan Fulterer took third place in the Giovani category (born 2004-2008).


South Tyrol's young biathlon talent shines at the Criterium Giuseppe Gontier

The Criterium Giuseppe Gontier was concluded in Forni Avoltri with an individual competition. In the U13 age group, Elia Steinkasserer from Antholz took second place and took overall victory after two victories in Brusson (sprint and pursuit). Anna Wolf (Antholz) came out on top among the girls of the same age. She won the individual and with the maximum score of 150 points also the overall ranking ahead of Lea Hochrainer (Rdnaun) and Maya Wierer (Antholz), who also took second and third place in the individual competition. In the U15 age group, Felix Wolf came second in the final individual and the Antholzer also held this position in the overall ranking. Among the young women in this category, Sara Eisath (Ridnaun) came fourth overall as the best South Tyrolean. In the final individual competition, Verena Pallua (Alta Badia) was the best local ski hunter in sixth place. Antholz was able to celebrate second place in the team ranking, while South Tyrol easily won the ranking of the various state committees.

There was no medal for South Tyrol's biathletes at the Junior World Championships in Otepää in Estonia. In the sprint, Christoph Pircher (Terlan) took 31st place, while Felix Ratschiller (Martell) came 42nd. Among the women, Linda Zingerle (Antholz) finished the competition in 30th place. In the mass start 60, Pircher narrowly missed out on the medals in seventh place with an almost flawless shooting performance (he hit 19 of 20 targets). Ratschiller came 34th and Zingerle 42nd. Pircher and Ratschiller took ninth place with the relay at the end of the Junior World Championships, while Zingerle and the “Azzurre” came fourth.

Schlagwörter: Winter sports FISI

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