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It is the final day of the championships!
This morning, the sun didn’t come through the clouds but it was not foggy. In contrast to yesterday it was
warmer.
Today we detected a record number of spectators. More than 300 people attended, most of them came in
groups of Stuttgart, Karlsruhe and Munich. No wonder, because today was the final day and after the last
medal ceremony the Bavarian party will take place in the Alpspitz hall. Former medalists also will come and
meet some other old companions from the past and reminisced.
Many have regretted that no one women ski racer from Germany has started. That should be changed with the
new trainer Matthias Becherer and Andrea Santini. We hope that new women German junior ski racers will
compete at the next international competitions.
The soft snow has brought many difficulties to the ski racers. Already 10 racers dropped out in the 1st and in
the 2nd run.
The champion’s final day with the slalom race for the women delivered not the exact same top three as the
events before: the championship title was won by Tereza Kmochova (CZE; 1:27:42), who was accompanied on
the podium twice by Rea Hraski (CRO; +2.99 sec) and Amanda Mooneyham (USA). We saw the happy face of
Amanda, because she could take the bronze medal home at last.
In the women junior class Rea Hraski (CRO) won her 5th junior gold medal. Melissa Köck (AUT) and Beatrice
Brunnbauer (AUT) won her silver and bronze medal.
In the men class the aura of the Swiss Philipp Steiner was broken and he achieved only the bronze medal.
Nicolas Sarremeyane (FRA) wins the last race with an outstanding two runs. The French was leading after the
first run and only increase his lead in the second leaving second ranked David Pelletier 1.27 seconds behind
while Philipp Steiner took third, 1.50 seconds off Sarremeyane’s time.
In the men junior class Simon Glatt (GER) achieved his second medal, finishing it with his third place behind
Daichi Kitajo (JPN) – with his first gold medal! – and Tomas Mensa (CZE).
In the master class David Pelletier from France won again with 1:26:14 ahead to Philipp Eisenmann (GER) and
Oliver Schinnerer (AUT).
Following to the end of the race the last flower ceremony at 15:00 and the medal ceremony on 17:00 of this
championship were carried out. Birgit Willmerdinger (Head of OC) and Tobias Burz (Vice Head of OC) attended
medal ceremony and honored the winners.
Finally, with the final speech of Mike Schmauser, the ICSD Alpine Skiing Technical Director, the 1st Deaf World
Championship officially declared as closed and the ICSD flag was hoisted down solemnly. The flag was folded
and the Head of OC Birgit Willmerdinger handed this over to Mike Schmauser.
The venue of the next World Ski Championships 2017 is officially not fixed yet, probably in Austria or in the
USA. This will be decided only if the United States and Austria have delivered their official bids to the ICSD. We
are excited about the announcement of ICSD which nation will be allocated to host the next World Ski
Championships.

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