Beginning with the World Cup of Skiers, some stars will be missing in Sölden

The slopes are the best in the last few years, but the Norwegian winner Aksel Lund Svindal, the double winner of the World Cup total, the American runner and the four-time winner Lindsey Vonn, German Viktoria Rebensburg or Austrian Anna Veith, Fenninger.

The Olympic winner and five-time world champion Svindal still do not feel fit after a knee injury in January and return to the series at the end of November. Third female SP 2016 Rebensburg injured her knee in training, and the Sochi Olympic Super-G Veith also does not feel ready for a knee injury.Vonn wants to concentrate more on speed disciplines and enters the series in Lake Louise.

35 year old bookmakers comparison Vonn had a lot of work to propagate her book this year, and she also shot some erotic photos.The most successful woman in the history of SP wants to attack the absolute record of Ingemar Stenmarka’s 86 prize, which lacks ten triumphs.

Veith wants to get a longer rehab after an annual pause caused by injuries. “I feel I still need some time to race as I want,” said the Austrian skier. “I will do everything to come back as soon as possible,” added the super-G Olympic winner. Lara Gutova, who will defend the big globe, would miss Switzerland on the other hand, but the top of the year for her is the home world championship Holy Mother. “This is the main race for me, but of course I will not be releasing the World Cup,” she said.

Czech skiing will be represented by the 24-year-old Dubovska, which could start collecting points.The tracked snowboarder Ester Ledecká will enter the series at the first congress in Lake Louise, Canada, but the points are waiting for her.

Favorite male races will be the last year’s king, Marcel Hirscher from Austria, who warns that the early start of the season probably does not get in the best form yet. Twenty-seven-year-old Austrian has just finished the extreme Dolomitennmann race in which he has taken the kayak position. The Czechs will rely on bet live Berndt and Krýzl, whose preparation has disrupted the two-month break caused by ankle tennis injury. “A 30-year-old skier has a great role to play, he can ski,” said Tomas Bank, Managing Director.

The leadership of the union is complaining about the lack of finance before the new season.Ten years ago he had a sum of 15 million crowns per season, now it is around 11 million, of which 2 million are covered by marketing. “New resources are distributed across the board to the youth, which is all right. But there is little representation. Means for the adult category are very limited, “said Aleš Krýzl, head of the Alpine section. This may be reflected in the Jan Husse season, which has returned home from Canada and will be re-traveling for the Czech Republic. “I do not know if he realized what he was doing,” Bank said. “Perhaps it will cost him more than he would pay in Canada. In particular, I hope it will take money, but it will not be easy, “he added.