Lena Burr has actually not been able to convert her optimal starting position in the first World Cup slalom of the season into a win.
The 31-year-old Munich lady lost on Saturday in Levi in Finnish after a fairly clear lead in the very first run-up lead 0.45 second-in the final round.
In the end there were 4th location and right away the national World Cup requirement.
The deficit of Burr to winner Mikaela Shirin, who turned in the second run, was 0.75 seconds at the end.
Anna Seen Larsson from Sweden, who held the Slovak Olympic champ Petra Altova in chess.
Jessica Dillinger as 16th and Andrea Filter in 24th location rounded off the good German overall outcome.
Emma Richer, Lara Klein at her World Cup launching and Marlene Schmitz had actually missed the top 30.
On Sunday (10:15 and 1:15 p.m./ Live! At ) there is a second slalom for the ladies in Lapland.
Click on this link for the specific outcome in numbers.