Flisar 2nd in quali @Innichen

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20. Dec, 2016 Written by: Elan
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Be sure to check today's race at 13.30 CET (that's 1:30 PM CET) and check what's in store for Elan's skicross team.

Innichen is the fourth stop of the Cross Alps tour that started in Val Thorens, then the tour moved to Arosa, Montafon and finally arrived in Innichen for two days of skicross poweraction. Yesterday's quali runs saw the comeback of the loudest racer out there - Filip Flisar, who finished 2nd. But other Elan skiers qualified for the race as well, there's Brady Leman (8.), Kevin Drury (18.), Terence Tchiknavorian (21.) and Sergey Ridzik (27.).

Stoked! Filip Flisar on second place in the quali at Innichen!

 

 

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