Aaron March wins the ‘parallel’ snowboard world cup

Time.news – In the locality of Berchtesghaden which gave birth to the ‘Blue Avalanche’ of alpine skiing – the five of January 7, 1974 – today another Italian has achieved an important feat but in a different sport, snowboarding which for Italy is a land of conquest thanks to its ‘old men’. Today Aaron March didn’t just win the parallel slalom race but it also won the specialty cup (the first time in 2017) and above all the general parallel cup which also includes the parallel giant.

In the latter specialty this season another veteran of the blue table excelled, Roland Fischnaller, 40 years old and not feeling them and already mentally ready to Beijing 2022 for what would be his sixth Olympic participation. March, 34, also from South Tyrol as ‘Fisch’, today on the snow of the German town has hit the second win of the season (January 12 in Bad Gastein), the third in her career.

In today’s race, March beat Austrian Alexander Payer in the final while in the third place the other Austrian Arvid Auner ruled the blue Edwin Coratti. March took the risk of winning in the quarterfinals when he was eliminated for just a penny Austrian expert Andreas Prommegger.

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