Dussuldorf Review Of Men's Races

FasterSkierOctober 25, 2004

The coach for the Norwegian men’s sprint team was, despite Tor Arne Hetland’s second place in the World Cup sprint opener in Dusseldorf, Germany, not at all satisfied with the rest of the team’s performance.
-Tor Arne Hetland skied a very good race. He didn’t pay attention enough after one lap in the final and was suddenly last, but was able to miraculously move up and showed that he had the fastest sprint in the finale, said Aune after the race.

Sweden’s Mikael Ostberg took the lead from the start in the finale. Hetland was right behind the Swede, but halfway into the final both were passed by (the winner) Peter Larson and Christian Zorzi (third) of Italy.


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