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World Cup: Vlhta is waiting for Maribor at the top of the world championships

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Slovenská Scale Petra Vlhová will participate in the world championship in Maribor ahead of the greatest discipline before MS Aare. Slovenia will compete on Friday's huge and Saturday special slalom (both days 10.00 / 13.00).

After a demanding but extremely successful change of years, a 23-year-old Slovakian representative was freer when she also visited her home: "I went home for a week, I got up a little, I healed, and I was in full strength, I wasn't home from Semmering, I always returned to school, I was skiing, I was studying at home, then in Italy."

On Friday, Vlhta is waiting for his first start on January 15, when he finished fourth in the "reverse" Kronplatz. It was her second best place in this discipline in her career after her December victory at Semmering.

So she stayed in seven elites, and on Thursday she waited for her "Maribor" to be a traditional "theater", picking up the start numbers on the podium. The same on Friday before the slalom, where he has long been experiencing a revival of TOP7: "We'll see what we're pulling out of, and we're on it," she said on Thursday.

Petra Vlhová

Petra Vlhová

Source: TASR

In Maribor, the best slalom result for the fourth place in 2017, the event for inappropriate conditions has moved to Kranjska Gora.

The organizers reported that the snow slopes (January 22) are still developing according to plan, but a lot of positive temperatures are expected on the race day, and even on Saturdays: "The track is ice and hard, we'll see how it will be tomorrow, because the weather will get a little worse, I think it will stay the way it is, the track is great, we'll see how it will be, you will be careful. some new waves and a little worse light, but I focus on the competition day. "

After the "Golden Fox" competition, the World Championship is awaiting the World Championships in Sweden (February 4-17), where he plans – in addition to attempts to achieve high goals in slalom, "reverse" or mountain combinations – to begin with super-G and down.

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