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Duxer Bubble, Start Area Children's Race on April 3rd 2012, 22nd Alpine Sport Week, Hochkrimml, Zillertal Arena
The Children's Races are taking place during the first four days of the Alpine Sport Week. The Kids Races are organized by Alexander Lieb and his wife Bianca and are dedicated since the 22nd Alpine Spot Week to their little son Silas, who died tragically in a car accident in 2011 at the age of 5.
You can see Alex (blue Ski Sweater) next to the Start Line talking to one of the Kids Mother's. Slike Koch (green Ski Jacket, Team Rhineland) in the row of the waiting Race Kids attending one of the Kids of their Team, while Ute Schneck (blue Sun Glasses) is managing the Start Procedure, like every day for all of the Kids Races.
Anja Cronauer behind the barrier tape arround the Start Area is attending to her daughter Myra during the Pause between the Runs of Athlete's Races, where she is one of the Racers like Tanja Schwaibold standing right next to her (silver Helmet, light blue Jacket with yellow Triangle). Finya Lieb, Alex and Bianca's daughter, in her U.S.A Ski Team Race Suit and Number 24 running arround Anja with Leonie Schneck (standing behind Anja and therfore unfortunately not visible), Ute Schneck's little daughter. Fabian Wurst was the Starter of this Children's Race.
Further arround teh Start Area Fathers are perparing the Skis of their Kids, a Mother dancing and Kids waiting to go for the second Run of the Giant Slalom on April, the 3rd. Left from the Kids Race Course an a bit lower the Start of the Athlete's Slalom can be seen.
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