Clement Noel increased the pressure on Manuel Feller in race one

Manuel Feller is ninth after the first round of the Ski World Cup slalom in Aspen (USA) on Sunday. The Tyrolean is 1.55s behind Frenchman Clement Noel, who leads Swiss Loic Maillard (+0.27s) and Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen (+1.07s). German Linus Strasser is sixth (+1.37); He is currently 204 points behind his rival Feller for the slalom crystal. Noel is 238 points behind.

Feller is considering switching

The start of the race was postponed by an hour due to more than half a meter of snow. Organizers removed the slide. The slalom took place in fair conditions and Feller took first place. “I didn't manage it, the turns were a bit long. I had to analyze the system and change it. Attack, nothing else,” he said in an ORF television interview (9 pm/ORF 1 Live) about the second round.

Bertal was fired

Fabio Gistrin was 1.60 seconds behind, Johannes Strolls 1.83, both close to the top 10. Dominik Raschner (+2.36), Michael Matt (+2.93) and Joshua Sturm (+3.12) are further behind. Adrian Bertl was dismissed.

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