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The start of the first stage of the Ski Mountaineering World Cup 2016 at Font Blanca, Andorra. Individual race.
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During the first stage of the Ski Mountaineering World Cup 2017 at Font Blanca, Andorra. Individual race
Photo by ISMF
Individual race Male podium: 2. Damiano Lenzi 1. Anton Palzer 3. Xavier Gachet
Photo by ISMF
Individual race Female podium: 2. Axelle Mollaret 1. Laetitia Roux France 3. Emelie Forsberg
Photo by ISMF
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Ski Mountaineering World Cup 2017, Laetitia Roux, Anton Palzer, Marti Werner and Emelie Forsberg win in Andorra

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The first stage of the ISMF Ski Mountaineering World Cup 2017 took place at Font Blanca in Andorra last weekend. Saturday’s Individual race was won by France’s Laetitia Roux and Germany’s Anton Palzer, while Sunday’s Vertical race was won by Sweden’s Emelie Forsberg and Switzerland’s Marti Werner.

The ski mountaineering world cup season 2017 kicked off last weekend on the slopes of Font Blanca in Andorra. On Saturday morning the Catalonian mountains, blanketed in sunshine, witnessed the athletes whizz past in the Individual race, dominated by Damiano Lenzi. After four difficult and technical ascents and just as many descents, the Italian crossed the finishing line after 1:33:42 but later received a 1 minute time penalty for having broken his crampon. Lenzi consequently slipped into second place, while Germany’s Anton Palzer won his first senior completion.

Talking after the race, the 23-year-old German stated “Damiano Lenzi today was the most solid of the group but of course there are rules that we must follow. I regard him as the “moral” winner, but I am also very happy with my race.” Third place was one by France’s Xavier Gachet. In the women’s Individual race French ace Laetitia Roux took the lead right from the outset and crossed the finishing line after 1:35:23, two minutes faster than her teammate Axelle Mollaret, and Sweden’s Emelie Forsberg.

The Vertical Race developed across 730m of tricky D+ terrain and was won on Sunday by Switzerland’s Marti Werner. His teammate Remi Bonnet placed third, and the two were separated by Spain’s Kilian Jornet Burgada who had placed sixth the day before. Laetitia Roux did not take part in the women’s race and this was won, after an amazing photo finish, by Emelie Forsbergo ahead of Axelle Mollaret and Laura Orgue.

The second stage of the Ski Mountaineering World Cup 2017 will take place next weekend at Cambre D’Aze in France.

Font Blanca Individual Race



Font Blanca Vertical Race

FONT BLANA - ANDORRA
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NDIVIDUAL MALE
1 Anton Palzer Germany 01:33:51
2 Damiano Lenzi Italy 01:34:42
3 Xavier Gachet France 01:34:52
4 Matteo Eydallin Italy 01:35:07
5 Robert Antonioli Italy 01:35:18
6 Kilian Jornet Burgada Spain 01:35:48
7 Werner Marti Switzerland 01:36:08
8 William Bon Mardion France 01:37:02
9 Michele Boscacci Italy 01:38:08
10 Oriol Cardona Coll Spain 01:39:00
11 Alexis Sevennec France 01:39:04
12 Valentin Favre France 01:39:27
13 Jakob Herrmann Austria 01:40:16
14 Rémi Bonnet Switzerland 01:40:52
15 Federico Nicolini Italy 01:41:18
16 Marc Pinsach Rubirola Spain 01:41:28
17 Yannick Ecoeur Switzerland 01:42:27
18 Martin Weißkopf Austria 01:42:42
19 Miguel Caballero Ortega Spain 01:43:15
20 Samuel Equy France 01:43:57
21 Nadir Maguet Italy 01:44:13
22 Simon Bellabouvier France 01:44:43
23 Iwan Arnold Switzerland 01:44:46
24 Lars Erik Skjervheim Norway 01:44:47
25 Daniel Zugg Austria 01:45:02
26 Mathéo Jacquemoud France 01:45:13
27 William Boffelli Italy 01:45:32
28 Pierre-François Gachet France 01:46:12
29 Armin Höfl Austria 01:46:14
30 Nil Cardona Coll Spain 01:46:50
31 Gedeon Pochat Cottilloux France 01:47:17
32 Antonio Alcalde Sánchez Spain 01:47:43
33 Xavier Areny Bernabe Andorra 01:48:10
34 Luca Faifer Italy 01:48:37
35 Joris Perillat Pessey France 01:49:00
36 Swann Juillaguet France 01:49:11
37 Thomas Corthay Switzerland 01:50:41
38 David Albos Cavaliere Andorra 01:51:23
39 Johannes Walder Austria 01:51:43
40 Gerber Martin Andorra 01:51:51
41 Pietro Canclini Italy 01:51:57
42 Joan Albos Cavaliere Andorra 01:51:59
43 Marc Font Torres Andorra 01:52:03
44 Patrick Innerhofer Austria 01:53:14
45 Iñigo Martínez De Albornoz Marqués Spain 01:54:04
46 Glenn Tore Løland Norway 01:55:34
47 Luka Kovacic Slovenia 01:56:16
48 Eric Carter USA 01:56:50
49 Sindre Hoff Norway 01:57:55
50 Joan Reyné Magret Spain 01:59:48
51 Anže Šenk Slovenia 02:00:29
52 Aykut Tasci Turkey 02:50:19

INDIVIDUAL FEMALE
1 Laetitia Roux France 01:35:23
2 Axelle Mollaret France 01:37:47
3 Emelie Forsberg Sweden 01:39:16
4 Claudia Galicia Cotrina Spain 01:41:14
5 Jennifer Fiechter Switzerland 01:42:22
6 Alba De Silvestro Italy 01:42:36
7 Katia Tomatis Italy 01:43:33
8 Mireia Miró Varela Spain 01:44:28
9 Marta Garcia Farres Spain 01:45:56
10 Adèle Milloz France 01:46:35
11 Lorna Bonnel France 01:47:22
12 Elisa Gayet France 01:47:26
13 Lena Bonnel France 01:48:18
14 Valentine Fabre France 01:48:28
15 Maria Fargues Gimeno Andorra 01:49:41
16 Elena Nicolini Italy 01:50:44
17 Giulia Compagnoni Italy 01:51:07
18 Candice Bonnel France 01:51:44
19 Johanna Erhart Austria 01:52:42
20 Ida Nilsson Sweden 01:53:01
21 Déborah Chiarello Switzerland 01:55:19
22 Karmen Klancnik Slovenia 01:56:54
23 Fanny Borgström Sweden 01:59:37
24 Stine Haustreis Norway 02:04:28
25 Erika Borgström Sweden 02:06:24

VERTICAL MALE
1 Werner Marti Switzerland 00:26:55
2 Kilian Jornet Burgada Spain 00:27:04
3 Rémi Bonnet Switzerland 00:27:17
4 Damiano Lenzi Italy 00:27:37
5 Anton Palzer Germany 00:27:45
6 Robert Antonioli Italy 00:28:08
7 Xavier Gachet France 00:28:14
8 William Bon Mardion France 00:28:30
9 Miguel Caballero Ortega Spain 00:28:39
10 Oriol Cardona Coll Spain 00:28:40
11 Didier Blanc France 00:28:41
12 Iwan Arnold Switzerland 00:28:44
13 Michele Boscacci Italy 00:28:49
14 Jakob Herrmann Austria 00:28:52
15 Nejc Kuhar Slovenia 00:28:58
16 Alexis Sevennec France 00:29:00
17 Armin Höfl Austria 00:29:00
18 Daniel Zugg Austria 00:29:01
19 Nadir Maguet Italy 00:29:12
20 Valentin Favre France 00:29:15
21 Antonio Alcalde Sánchez Spain 00:29:17
22 Yannick Ecoeur Switzerland 00:29:19
23 Gedeon Pochat Cottilloux France 00:29:19
24 Matteo Eydallin Italy 00:29:21
25 Pierre-François Gachet France 00:29:29
26 Joris Perillat Pessey France 00:29:38
27 Samuel Equy France 00:29:47
28 Christian Hoffmann Austria 00:29:48
29 Federico Nicolini Italy 00:29:50
30 Joan Reyné Magret Spain 00:29:51
31 Marc Pinsach Rubirola Spain 00:29:53
32 Léo Viret France 00:29:55
33 Lars Erik Skjervheim Norway 00:29:55
34 Simon Bellabouvier France 00:29:56
35 Luka Kovacic Slovenia 00:30:02
36 Martin Weißkopf Austria 00:30:12
37 Mathéo Jacquemoud France 00:30:15
38 David Albos Cavaliere Andorra 00:30:17
39 Jordi Sole Fernandez Andorra 00:30:33
40 Swann Juillaguet France 00:30:41
41 Iñigo Martínez De Albornoz Marqués Spain 00:30:42
42 Johannes Walder Austria 00:30:44
43 Nil Cardona Coll Spain 00:30:48
44 William Boffelli Italy 00:30:52
45 Patrick Innerhofer Austria 00:31:01
46 Eric Carter USA 00:31:29
47 Joan Albos Cavaliere Andorra 00:31:35
48 Luca Faifer Italy 00:31:52
49 Glenn Tore Løland Norway 00:32:10
50 Thomas Corthay Switzerland 00:32:22
51 Marc Font Torres Andorra 00:32:28
52 Pietro Canclini Italy 00:32:44
53 Euan Prieto Read Andorra 00:32:49
54 Sindre Hoff Norway 00:33:05
55 Anže Šenk Slovenia 00:33:43
56 Andreas Lundblad Sweden 00:34:03
57 Aykut Tasci Turkey 00:38:26

VERTICAL FEMALE
1 Emelie Forsberg Sweden 00:32:07
2 Axelle Mollaret France 00:32:11
3 Laura Orgué Vila Spain 00:32:30
4 Claudia Galicia Cotrina Spain 00:33:49
5 Jennifer Fiechter Switzerland 00:33:53
6 Katia Tomatis Italy 00:34:00
7 Marta Garcia Farres Spain 00:34:36
8 Mireia Miró Varela Spain 00:34:41
9 Sophie Dusautoir Bertrand Andorra 00:34:41
10 Alba De Silvestro Italy 00:35:36
11 Ida Nilsson Sweden 00:35:51
12 Maria Fargues Gimeno Andorra 00:36:04
13 Valentine Fabre France 00:36:12
14 Johanna Erhart Austria 00:36:13
15 Fanny Borgström Sweden 00:36:18
16 Giulia Compagnoni Italy 00:36:46
17 Lorna Bonnel France 00:37:18
18 Lena Bonnel France 00:37:25
19 Karmen Klancnik Slovenia 00:37:51
20 Elisa Gayet France 00:38:03
21 Stine Haustreis Norway 00:38:07
22 Adèle Milloz France 00:39:11
23 Erika Borgström Sweden 00:39:32
24 Candice Bonnel France 00:39:49
25 Ina Forchthammer Austria 00:42:50

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