Krystof Kryzl, Czech Alpine skier, scored for the 5th time in the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup and for the 2nd time in the Super G. In Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, he was awarded seven points for 24th place. The NATLAND Group is a sponsor of the Czech Ski Association.
Krystof Kryzl´s another success kept his self-confidence up before the forthcoming FIS Alpine Word Ski Championships in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Krystof was number 30 in his 7th Super G in this season at the Kandahar 2 ski slope, finishing the first run 26th (+2,87), 2,87, passing to the second run with a 26 hundredths of difference.
„It was very difficult, indeed – the length itself, which made the downhill fast. Snow was different along the downhill, fast in some parts with a lack of snow at the inject line. These changeovers caused a serie of downfalls already in the downhill. The Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a big deal, it combines everything,” Kryzl says.
His 2nd race went even better, predominantly thanks to his split times in the middle part, having 14th best time of the run, finishing on 24th place. At the moment, Krystof is preparing himself to downhill before combination taking place in St. Moritz, Switzerland, on February, 13th. A day after, a team competition will be a part of the program. Four years ago, in Schleming, the Czech team finished fifth. The NATLAND Group is one of general partners of the Czech Ski Association.