New day, new opportunities and a chance for revenge for Kristoffer Jakobsen who went out of the slalom competition in Flachau yesterday.
Bodensaren seemed to drive on the same tactics as yesterday during the first run and he controlled the run from start to finish even though it went a bit slower.
- It's another Jakobsen today.
He looks at the painting and can see: "Ah, I'm here anyway."
It was nice to see him, says SVT's commentator Johan Ejeborg.
- He was close to laying down on an inner ski up there, but he managed it as well as Krille fought, says SVT's expert Pernilla Wiberg.
In the end, it was a twelfth place after the first run and a good starting position to climb as the 26-year-old is one second and two hundredths behind the Norwegian leader Sebastian Foss-Solevåg.
- He is close to all the skiers at the top, says Johan Ejeborg before the second ride.
Regardless of how it ends today, it will be a new stool when yesterday's runner-up, the Frenchman Clement Noel, left already in the first run.