Xinhua News Agency, Vienna, October 17th. Although multiple positive cases were found in the pre-match COVID-19 test, the 2020-2021 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup still held its first round in Solden, Austria on the 17th. game.
The women’s alpine ski giant slalom was held on the 17th. Italy’s Marta Basino reached the top with 2:19.69. Her compatriot Federica Brignone followed closely by 0.14 seconds Afterwards. The third place was Petra Flova of Slovakia, who finished the game 1.13 seconds behind the champion.
女子高山滑雪大回转在17日举行。意大利的玛尔塔贝辛（Marta Basino）以2：19.69排名最高。随后，她的同胞费德里卡·布雷尼翁（Federica Brignone）紧随其后0.14秒。第三名是斯洛伐克的佩特拉·弗洛瓦（Petra Flova），他比冠军落后比赛1.13秒。
Since Solden’s high-altitude glacial environment can form competition conditions earlier than other ski resorts, the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup sub-stations have been selected here for many seasons. However, this year's game was overshadowed by a Swedish coach who tested positive for the new crown virus before the game.
This news was first notified to the media by the Swedish team manager on the 16th. He said that in addition to the coach who has been confirmed positive, there is also an assistant coach of the Swedish team who has been on the cable car with the coach who is still waiting for the nucleic acid test results.
In addition, according to Marcus Waldner, the tournament director of the Solden sub-station, a positive case of the new crown virus has also appeared in another team, but he did not announce the name of this team. Waldner said that since the above-mentioned positive cases were detected before entering the venue, the game will continue as usual.
According to the plan, the sub station will hold the alpine ski giant slalom men's competition on the 18th. (Finish)