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Mattia Gaspari remains behind on Igls’ gut: he stops in the top twenty

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Mattia Gaspari’s 2021-2022 season started yesterday. The Ampezzano delle Fiamme Azzurre was busy in Igls (Austria) where the first skeleton World Cup race was scheduled. For Mattia, who has never felt too comfortable in the gut of the locality near Innsbruck, an 18th place. Better than him the young Piedmontese Amedeo Bagnis who finished in 14th place. The gap from the top of the two blues was, respectively, 39 and 96 cents.

Alexander Tretiakov won: the Russian champion overturned the results of the first heat, finished in third place, establishing himself with an overall time of 1’45 “07 and trimming a gap of 7 cents to the Latvian Martins Dukurs, winner of the last two seasons of the crystal ball. To complete the podium, the German Christopher Grotheer, trailing by 16 cents. In Igls the second round of the World Cup, on November 26, while the other appointments are scheduled in Germany, in Altenberg, Winterberg, again in Altenberg, then Sigulda (Latvia), again Winterberg, then closing in mid-January in Saint Moritz (Swiss).

National cross-country test in Livigno. Yesterday in Livigno timed training for the cross-country skiing teams in a meeting in view of the call-up for the World Cup leg of Lillehammer (Norway), from 3 to 5 December. The women’s sprint was won by the biathlete Federica Sanfilippo, ahead of Caterina Graz, Lucia Scardoni, Elisa Brocard, Greta Laurent and Chiara De Zolt Ponte from Como. In the men’s field, Giacomo Gabrielli’s success in front of Davide Graz from Sappada.

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