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Skiing - 29. October 2009.

Alcott Gets Olympic Season Underway in Soelden

 

 

 

Saturday 24th October saw the start of the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup Tour in Soelden, Austria with both the men and the women competing in Giant Slalom. 

 

Chemmy Alcott put in a good display over the two runs to finish 19th however a couple of mistakes cost her time.  Head Coach Mark Tilston remained positive however commenting “Chemmy skied well in the first run however a big mistake cost her a lot of time.  She over skied in the second run, a little too round and too hard”.

 

“All in all I am happy with her performance.  The result keeps her in the top thirty on the World Cup start list which is good.  Chemmy and I both know that she is capable of skiing so much faster and we will be looking to show this at her next race”.

 

Chemmy now takes a break before heading to Canada for her next race in Lake Louise, 25th to 29th November.  The FIS tour continues in two weeks time (14th and 15th November)  when it moves to Levi, Finland for the first Slalom competition of the season where it is anticipated that Britain’s Noel Baxter will make his first World Cup start of the Olympic year. 

 

 

Saturday 24th October saw the start of the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup Tour in Soelden, Austria with both the men and the women competing in Giant Slalom. 

 

Chemmy Alcott put in a good display over the two runs to finish 19th however a couple of mistakes cost her time.  Head Coach Mark Tilston remained positive however commenting “Chemmy skied well in the first run however a big mistake cost her a lot of time.  She over skied in the second run, a little too round and too hard”.

 

“All in all I am happy with her performance.  The result keeps her in the top thirty on the World Cup start list which is good.  Chemmy and I both know that she is capable of skiing so much faster and we will be looking to show this at her next race”.

 

Chemmy now takes a break before heading to Canada for her next race in Lake Louise, 25th to 29th November.  The FIS tour continues in two weeks time (14th and 15th November)  when it moves to Levi, Finland for the first Slalom competition of the season.

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