Mother nature forced the jury and the organisers to cancel the slalom race in Maribor, as the snow conditions were not up to the World Cup standard any more.
Second after the opening leg, Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg didn't put in a perfect second run but managed to carry enough speed onto the final pitch to pull out the win.
In spring-like conditions, Brem made the most of an early start, with bib number 4 and finished the Pohorje 2 course in 1:12.85 to lead Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany by 0.37 seconds.
World Champion Mikaela Shiffrin ran fastest in the opening slalom run and didn't let anyone come close in the second, clocking a combined time of 1:39.12, with the rest of the pack more than one second off the pace.
Austria's Anna Fenninger claimed her second World Cup victory of the season in Maribor on Saturday. The reigning World Champion clocked a combined time of 2:24.50.
This week tradition meets innovation for ‘Throwback Thursday” as we bring you back to relive one of the classic races on the ladies’ Tour, the Golden Fox which celebrated its 49th edition, and one of the new concepts, the City Event which took place in Moscow. So here are the details!