Fourteen Swedes came in at the Lillehammer ski race, while Jonna Sundling defeated Stine Nilsson (+0.34) and Sadie Bjornsen (3.03). Alenka Čebašek, Vesna Fabjan and Anamarija Lampič were eliminated in the quarter-finals for 1.3 km in free-standing, while Slovenes were stuck in qualifying.
All three Slovene skiers qualifying for a match qualify for the Quarter-finals.
Results, Final (a):
Anamarija Lampič he won the last sixth place in the finals of the first quarter. The fastest was Swedish girl Charlotte Kall, while Slovenia was 4.61 seconds behind. It was in the third quarter final Vesna Fabjan fifth, because the winner of Sweden's Stino Nilsson left for more than seven seconds. He also won fifth place in the quarterfinals Alenka Čebašek, In the strongest group in which Hanna Falk was the best, she also won qualifications, was 2.16 seconds behind Swed.
Fabjan's start in the Cup in the new season began decisively, stayed in contact with a compact group of competitors and then began to give up in the second half. The opportunity to enter the final was definitely lost before the last jump. Even before him, Cebask stayed, but he also started better than he finally broke out.
The fastest Slovenian woman in qualifications Alenka Čebašek (15th place) is for the fastest Swedish They have Falk The rest was 3.78 seconds. Vesna Fabjan (+4.57) won the 19th place, Anamarija Lampič (5.95) 28. For a good moment, performance in exclusive colors has been missed Eva Urevc 35th place (+7.58), Katja Vishnar he was disappointed at 45th place (+10.19), Anita Klemenčič was 68. (+16.88), Manca Slabanja 75th (+25.16) among 80 contestants.
Qualification results (f):
At a 1.6km long male sprint, all three Slovenian officials went to qualifying in which the fastest Norwegian Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo defended the winning team in a cup. Miha Šimenc he was 46th (+12.95) and missed the best thirty in two seconds. Janez Lampič ended at 78 (+18.21), Luke Prosen at 96th place (+24.60) among 108 ranked.
"In order to reiterate the success of the Hand, when we all scored the points, today was not realistic to expect, I also offered a chance for skaters in Scandinavia and even younger to learn about the World Cup, which was the match for four girls and one boy to come To the point, at the end, only three girls succeeded, this is not a successful day, we have to strive for better and higher results. We had some problems with the skis on the material, to talk to the guys in the service of things, find out, analyze what went today it is wrong that such mistakes will not be repeated in the future, "said Slovenia's chief coach Nejc Brodar and added that they had chosen the wrong skiing at Višnar. He also estimated that the other problems started to appear in the first downhill and then lost time to the finish.
1. Julia Belorukova (Russian) 150
2. Stina Nilsson (Swe) 110
3. Ida Ingemarsdotter (Swe) 107
28. Katja Višnar (Slo) 22
34. Anamarija Lampic (Slo) 18
42. Alenka Cebasek (Slo) 11
47. Vedana Fabjan (Slo) 7
World Championship, total (3 out of 32):
1. Alexander Bolshunov (Rus) 200 points
2. Emil Iversen (Nor) 176
3. Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo (Nor) 133
48. Miha Simenc (Slo) 6
58. Janez Lampič (Slo) 2
On Saturday, 10 and 15 kilometers will compete, while in the Slovenian team will be only one of the sprinter participants. Manca Slabanja.
Results, Final (m):
At a 1.6 km long male sprint, all three Slovenian officials went to qualifying in which the fastest Norwegian was Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo. Miha Šimenc he was 46th (+12.95) and missed the best thirty in two seconds. Janez Lampič ended at 78 (+18.21), Luke Prosen at 96th place (+24.60) among 108 ranked.
Qualification results (m):
Katja Vishnar's 12th Hand is surprisingly surprised to see Russia
Peterica of the Slovenian runners on the launch of the World Cup in Ruka