4. FIS SKI WORLD CUP 2016 TELEMARK – 3. raceday, 27.11.2016

Tobias Müller (GER) and Amelie Raymond (SUI) took first place on todays last day of the FIS Telemark World Cup in Hintertux. After the very intense and exciting parallel-race runs the german Tobias Mueller and swiss-born Amelie Raymond again successfully prevailed over their competitors and so managed to be standing on the victory podium.

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On todays last day of the FIS Telemark World Cup opening in Hintertux, the 24-year old german Tobias Mueller successfully dominated in the men’s parallel sprinting race. »Today was very intense! First of all my qualifying round was not the best and then I had to start my parallel race of all racers against Philippe Lau who is a strong competitor of mine. Luckily I was able to stay positive and concentrated nevertheless«, explained the 24-year old German.

In the women’s race Amelie Reymond from Switzerland once again took first place. She successfully prevailed over her competitors such as the french Argeline Tan Bouquet, swiss-born Beatrice Zimmermann or the Norwegians Mathilde Ilebrekke and Thea Smedheim Lunde: «I just try to have fun and then of course it’s important to be fast«, said the 29-year old winner.

Luckily the weather as well as the snow conditions at the Hintertuxer Glacier were again great – proper view, sunny, -6 degree, which made todays parallel sprint a smooth run and the perfect ending of this exciting sportive event.