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Ski World Cup Zagreb: Germany’s Strasser wins Sljeme men’s slalom, Croatia’s Zubcic fifth

Croatia's Filip Zubcic came fifth on Wednesday in the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Men's Slalom on Mount Sljeme overlooking Zagreb,

ZAGREB, 6 January (Hina) – Croatia’s Filip Zubcic came fifth on Wednesday in the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Men’s Slalom on Mount Sljeme overlooking Zagreb, his career best in this discipline, lagging behind the winner, Germany’s Linus Strasser, by 0.47.

Strasser’s total time was 2:01.30, Austria’s Manuel Feller was second (+0.10) and Marco Schwarz, also from Austria, came third (+0.16).

Two other Croats ended up in the top 15, Matej Vidovic, who placed 12th, and Samuel Kolega (15th).

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