Second artificial bike medal for Austria – Sport VOL.AT –
Katharina Kühne and Marcel Schnetzer won the bronze medal in the Kunstrad-2er in the open class. The cycling duo Schnetzer / Feurstein remains on course despite problems.
On the second day of the indoor cycling world championship, Austria received the second medal. Katharina Kühne and Marcel Schnetzer secured the bronze medal with 121.16 points after a great performance in the Kunstrad-2 series in the open class. Gold went to the outstanding defending champions from Germany, Serafin Schefold and Max Hanselmann. Silver went to Nico Rödiger and Lea-Victoria Styber
In the women’s Kunstrad-1 series, Schneider narrowly missed the podium with 161.58 points after a less than perfect Lorena freestyle. Gold and silver went to Germany through Milena Slupina and Lara Füller. Alessa Hotz from Switzerland secured the bronze medal at her World Cup premiere.
Bike ball duo on course despite problems
After a good start to the World Cup tournament with the 3-1 win against France yesterday, Patrick Schnetzer and Stefan Feurstein celebrated a clear 9-2 win against Belgium this morning. In the second game there was a 3: 3 draw against Switzerland despite a 3-1 lead. In the third game, Patrick Schnetzer saw the yellow-red card shortly before the end, which meant that the game was rated 0: 5 for the Czech Republic.
The last game against Germany was about winning the group. After a balanced first half, the home side defeated each other gate by gate in the second half and decided the duel 7: 4 for themselves. For the Austrian duo Schnetzer / Feurstein, tomorrow’s game against the Czech Republic is about to reach the semi-finals.