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Duxer Bubble - Giant Slalom Course - 22nd Alpine Sport Week - Hochkrimml - Zillertal Arena - Austria
Salzburg

Duxer Bubble, Race Course Giant Slalom, 22nd Alpine Sport Week, Hochkrimml, Zillertal Arena

The Giant Slalom Race Course at the Duxer Bubble Ski Slopes on April the 4th 2012 next to the Start House of the Slalom Course. The Pano show the resetting of the Gitant Slalom Course during the Pause between the first and the second run. Course Setter Peter Stein is working together with Jochen Schoen, Johanna Stepp, Freddy Stepp, Jens Weichselgaertner, Chaterine Stepp, Referee Heinz Mueller and the Forerunner Finya Lieb. Finya Leibe, member of the Childrens Race Team is of course helping at the Adults Race Course during the pause. Uphill Jens Weichselgaertner is working with the Pole Wrench next  to the Start of the Slalom Course. Behind him Hannes Stepp, the Chief of Course, is connecting the Gate Flags to the Gate Poles.

Copyright: Manfred Huchler
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10634x5317
Taken: 04/04/2012
Chargée: 06/05/2012
Mis à jour: 29/03/2015
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Tags: hochkrimml; krimml; gerlosplatte; duxer; duxer bubble; alpine sport week; ski; skiing; giant slalom; race course; team palatine; zillertal arena; huchler; manfred huchler
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