Mikaela Shiffrin raced to the seventh World Cup slalom victory in her young career. She logged a combined time of 1:45.83, 0.83 seconds ahead of runner-up Frida Hansdotter (SWE), while Maria Piatilae-Holmner took third, 1.14 seconds off the pace.
After finishing 16th in the super-G run this morning, 1.37 seconds behind Nicole Hosp's leading time, Canada's Marie-Michèle Gagnon logged the fastest time in the slalom run to earn her first ever career World Cup victory.
Austria's Elisabeth Goergl and Anna Fenninger, with the support of thousands of cheering local fans, took first and second place of a brilliant race.
The second and last training downhill run before tomorrow's race was cancelled early this morning due to fresh snowfall and the amount of work needed to get the track ready on time.
Austria's Anna Fenninger demonstrated she was already comfortable on the 3005 meter long course, by setting the pace of the opening training run in a time of 1:48.94.
Here are some interesting facts relevant to the upcoming ladies races in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Austria and men's races in Adelboden, Switzerland.