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Feller ends the season in Saalbach with a podium finish

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Feller ends the season in Saalbach with a podium finish

Manuel Feller finished second in the last slalom of the year in Saalbach.

The crystal ball winner made up several places with an unleashed drive in the second round and ended up only behind Norwegian Timon Haugan, who crossed the finish line with a lead of 44 hundredths after half-time.

The last place on the podium goes to the German Linus Straßer (+0.44).

Haugan not only ensures the first Norwegian victory of the season, but is also the first athlete on VanDeer skis to celebrate a victory this year. It is also his first World Cup success in an individual discipline.

The race result >>>

Strolz makes a leap forward

Johannes Strolz was able to make perfect use of his good starting number in the final and improved by ten positions to tenth place.

Michael Matt remains in 19th place without any points, Fabio Gstrein and Dominik Raschner both finish eighth and ninth in the first round after just a few goals.

Feller finished the season with 715 out of 1,000 possible points as the best slalom rider and winner of the small ball.

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