American Mikaela Shiffrin made a sensational comeback to the World Cup circuit by winning the 8th slalom of the season, after a two-month break due to a knee injury.
Head coaches of each team and the FIS Race Directors unanimously decided to unfortunately cancel the race because the snow conditions were too soft and the safety of the racers couldn't be guaranteed.
It snowed heavily on Friday night and the jury didn't have any other option but to cancel and postpone the race until Sunday
Switzerland's Fabienne Suter posted the fastest time on Friday, finishing in 1:36.49.
Switzerland's Lara Gut demonstrated she was already comfortable on the challenging “Mont Lachaux” course and posted the fastest time in 1:10.80.
Andrea Fischbacher put a stunning run together to race to her third career World Cup win, five years after her last victory in Bansko (BUL).