The second stage of skicross World Cup in Tegernsee allowed Jean-Frédéric Chapuis to earn a third consecutive victory. The French racer now leads the World Cup ski cross standings after topping the pile in Germany.
Two skicross raceswere rescheduled this weekend in Tegernsee. They both had the same winner: Jean-Frédéric Chapuis. After his success on Saturday, the skier from Val Thorens realized the double win on Sunday in the German resort. "I'm really happy to win here, I did not have plan for the final. My only goal was to go out of the starting gate ahead and keep that place. That's what happened so I am very happy to get on the top step of the podium!’, smiled the French, celebrating a third consecutive victory on the World Cup stage. He settles so firmly in the overall lead - especially as his main competitor for the globe, Victor Oehling Norberg, was defeated in quarters- and finally see the big crystal globe holds out his arm. "It's going well at the moment! But this is not an obession (the general ranking). If it wants to smile it is good, if not, not too bad. »
On women side, Alizee Baron took 5th place after her 2nd place on Saturday: "I am quite happy with the day, with the little strength I had left!, she said. For the overall ranking, this is good news for me. I will try to hold on to third place. I want to have two good races in Megève, and then we'll see what happens!”