Miller was aiming high before the season and the Crystal Globe for the Slalom World Cup was part of it. For that reason Miller powered thru the first race of the discipline. Finishing third despite the high start number 31, the HEAD-Racer carved to a perfect situation for the second run.
In the final Miller even forced up. Finding the most direct line in the final cross section and with his artistic style he coped the selective course with a changing rhythm. The first podium of the season brings him on target for the Slalom and the overall World Cup. Next station for the guys of the HEAD Racing Team are the speed events in Lake Louise, Canada November 29th and 30th.