The traditional "Salslong" downhill in Val Gardena took place under blue skies and saw Norwegian Aksel Lund Svindal take the win, ahead of teammate Kjetil Jansrud and Austrian Max Franz.
The fastest time of the weather affected super-g in Val Gardena goes to Germany's Josef Ferstl. He earns his maiden World Cup win ahead of the Austrian duo Max Franz and Matthias Mayer.
The second downhill training run on the Salsong course in Val Gardena / Gröden was marked by unstable visibility conditions, forcing the jury to interrupt the race many different times.
Maple and Wiley ahead in the first training run at Val Gardena / Gröden
It looks like Norway is expanding its kingdom to the Dolomites as the nation’s men's speed team dominated the podium for a second straight season with Kjetil Jansrud (NOR) topping the super-G standings, edging his teammate Aleksander Aamodt Kilde by 0.06 seconds.
The second training session took place on the Saslong today in excellent conditions. The day’s fastest time was clocked by Kjetil Jansrud from Noway in 1.57:83, just ahead of USA Saslong specialist Steven Nyman (+0.05) and Austrian Max Franz (+0.12).