At the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games, Everything you need to know about the second men’s speed race in the alpine skiing program.
In alpine skiing, the men’s Super G is the second speed event; at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games.
At the Beijing National Ski Centre, the event will take place on the ‘The Rock’ course, and is scheduled for Tuesday at 11:00 local time on Saturday.
The course, compared to the downhill, competitors will use a lower start gate, and at a total length of 2,267m, set by Swiss coach Reto Nydegger, is almost 900m shorter.
47 racers there are exist on the start list.
Matthias Mayer is an Austrian, at PyeongChang 2018, is won the event, after winning downhill bronze, has the chance to claim his fourth Olympic medal 24 hours.
At Calgary 1988, No skier from outside Europe has won the Olympic men’s Super G, with the event making its debut.
Vincent Kriechmayr is the 2021 world champion of Cortina and 2021 World Cup globe winner. He has finished two Super G podiums this season.
Matthias Mayer at PyeongChang, 2018, is the Olympic gold medallist and finished two World Cup podiums this season.
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde is the leader in the Super G World Cup standings, currently this season, with three wins.
Marco Odermatt is known as the Swiss rising star, and; he has won four World Cup Super G races (seven podiums in total), this season two of them.