In men’s super-G, Alpine skiing of Mayer Austrian claims historic gold.
In Tuesday’s downhill, Mayer had picked up bronze but got his hands on gold with a stunning final stage to his run ahead of Kilde, where he made up the decisive time to move.
Mayer stated that “I tried to push hard, really hard,” at the start, “I saw Kilde’s run on TV, and so I knew that it was really good, I had to go all-in.
He also added that “to the last gate, I tried to push hard, and it was good.”
At all three Winter Games, the Austrian found it hard to process his achievement of winning gold he has featured in.
He declared that’s such a big success, and I can’t imagine it right; now.
Sepp Brunner is Austrian head coach of the men’s squad, said Mayer, had earned his status among the all-time greats; of the country.
They also stated that he is one of the best. In his life career, Sure Herman won more races, but Matthias is up there with him. And now he is a superstar. In addition, he’s a good guy and still staying on the site.”
Brenner also added that to the packed, Mayer’s technique was perfectly suited, artificial snow of the past two Olympics.