Jansrud keeps the hot hand

3rd December, 2014 by

By Chris Freud

BEAVER CREEK — The man is smoking hot. Yes, Tuesday was only Day 1 of training, but when Norway’s Kjetil Jansrud arrives at Birds of Prey in Beaver Creek after winning the downhill and super-G in Lake Louise, Alberta, to start the speed portion of the World Cup season, and lays down the fastest time of the day, it is noteworthy. “Well, obviously good,” Jansrud said when asked how he was feeling. “There’s a little more pressure as well, going in here with a lot of expectations probably, considering last weekend in Lake Louise. It’s more of a luxury problem.” …

Source:: Vail Daily Feed



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