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Gommerlauf 2017

Weather forecast for 02/25/2017 and 02/26/2017 (Attached Files)

TOKO Wax Tip for 02/25/2017 and 02/26/2017 (Attached Files)


St Moritz Combi Men: Swiss confirmed

The Swiss athletes continued their run of success on the home pistes.
Today St. Moritz showed itself from its best side with ideal weather conditions, cold and dry at night followed by a fantastic sunny day.
These were dream conditions for the Men's Combined event.
At 10 a.m the Men's Alpine Combined kicked off and was won by the Austrian Romed Baumann. Luca Aerni from Switzerland finished the race 2 seconds and 6/10 hundredths behind, putting him in thirtieth position that will allow him to leave first in the Slalom.


Half-time in Hochfilzen

The first races are already history. They were held under perfect outdoor conditions. The winners of the Men’s Sprint and the runner-up in the Ladies’ Pursuit race may have been a slight surprise. Daria Domracheva/BLR is back on the "Stockerl”, the winners’ rostrum, after returning from maternity leave. In the Men’s Sprint, Benedikt Doll/GER won 0.7 seconds ahead of Johannes Thingnes Boe/NOR and Martin Fourcade/FRA. The Mixed Relay was won by the German team followed by the teams from France and Russia.


A special day in St. Moritz: Double downhill world championships

Due to the fog on the race slope yesterday, the Men's Downhill was rescheduled to take place today after the Ladies Downhill.
What a busy day for the organisers!!! But today, thanks to the good weather conditions, we were able to witness two very exciting races.
The Ladies' race was started at 11.15 a.m. and the gold medal went rightly to the Slovenian Ilka Stuhec, who has already won three downhill races this season.
The second place and the silver medal went to Austrian Stephanie Venier and the bronze medal was won by Lindsey Vonn from the United States.


St. Moritz Alpine Combined: Swiss Ladies on home ground!!!

A great day for the Swiss team with two girls at the top of the list.
The gold medal went to Wendy Holdener and silver to Michelle Gisin, with the third place and bronze medal going to Michaela Kirchgasser from Austria.
The weather conditions were not the easiest for this combined race, with snowfall and poor visibility making life difficult for the athletes, but the excellent organisation made sure that the race ran smoothly.


Canada dominates Men's Super G in St. Moritz

Second race of the St. Moritz Alpine Ski World Championships.
Although the track is always in perfect condition, the overcast sky makes visibility difficult for the athletes. Everyone was waiting for the home athletes to win the top medals, but the victory and title of world champion went to the Canadian Eric Guay.
The silver medal was won by Kjetil Jansrud from Norway and third place went to Manuel Osborne Paradis, teammate of the winner. A great day for the Canadian Skiing Team!


St. Moritz: Super G Ladies

Here we are at the first day of the Alpine Ski World Championships which kicked off under perfect, sunny conditions with lots of snow.
A well-prepared race track welcomed the Ladies, who won the first medals.
Surprise gold went to Nicole Schmidhofer from Austria, with second place and silver medal going to Tina Weirather from Liechtenstein. Third place was reached by the home favourite Lara Gut.


Olympic test events at Pyeongchang

This weekend the test events for Olympic cross-country and Nordic combined competitions were held in Pyeongchang in South Korea. Due to the World Championships that were held a short time previously, only few of the top athletes made the long journey. For a number of nations it was more about gaining valuable information about the accommodation, courses and snow conditions.
The Toko Racing Service also took the opportunity to prepare themselves in the best possible way for the Games which will be held next year.


König Ludwig Lauf 2017

Weather forecast for 02/04/2017 and 02/05/2017 (Attached Files)
TOKO Wax Tip for 02/04/2017 and 02/05/2017 (Attached Files)