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

Duxer Bubble, Start Area Athlete's Giant Slalom, 22nd Alpine Sport Week, Hochkrimml, Zillertal Arena

The Start Area of the Giant Slalom April 4th 2012. Athletes are preparing for the second run and the three Forerunners are already waiting behind the Start Cabin: the children Philipp Dick, Finya Lieb and Philipp's Father Markus Dick (red Ski Jacket). Next to the Start Cabin the Starter Team and the Course Team including Hannes Stepp, Chief of Course, his brother Peter Stepp (both behind the Course Tools and spare Gate Poles) and Start Referee Horst Lorcke (grey orange Jacket) and Danny Weinzierl in front of the Cabin.

To the left of the Start Cabin Peter Schappert's Sun Umbrella (not sunny on April 4th, 2012) and Deck Chair including his famous Megaphone is visible - this is Commander Peter's Command Center, from where he calls the Racers to the Start.

Copyright: Manfred Huchler
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10618x5309
Taken: 04/04/2012
Uploaded: 07/05/2012


Tags: duxer; hochkrimml; duxer bubble; plattenkogel; alpine sport week; ski; skiing; ski race; giant slalom; athlete; zillertal arena; huchler; manfred huchler
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