Skier Kira Weidle fell in her last race of the season and retired. After all, the Starnberg woman got up quickly after her elimination in the Super-G in Andorra and drove to the finish area on her own.

“I sprained my left foot a bit, but otherwise everything is fine,” said Weidle. The 27-year-old struggled with the fact that she often made mistakes in competition that she would not have made in training. Weidle reported that she wanted to work on her aggressiveness and a better line over the summer. In both speed disciplines together, she finished in the top ten a total of seven times this winter, and the 2021 World Cup runner-up was on the podium twice in the downhill.

Good wins and takes small crystal ball

Olympic champion Lara Gut-Behrami from Switzerland won the small crystal globe for the fourth time in Soldeu as the best in the overall Super-G ranking. Second was the Italian Federica Brignone ahead of the Norwegian Ragnhild Mowinckel. Brignones. Team colleague Elena Curtoni had led the Super-G classification before the race, but was only tenth. The team competition is on Friday.