Alpine Skiing – Women: The women’s World Cup downhill race in Crans Montana, Switzerland has been canceled because of bad weather. Overnight snow and thick fog had already seen the start time put back several times on Saturday and race organizers decided to cancel it today. Good weather is forecast for Sunday’s super-combined.
In Saturday’s downhill also in Kvitfjell, Erik Guay of Canada, collected his fifth career World Cup win and second of the season after claiming Val Gardena. Erik Guay won with a time of 1:22.17 ahead of Johan Clarey of France with 1:22:52 and Matthias Mayer of Austria with +0.57 from the lead.
Cross-Country – Women: In the Sprint Ladies Final in Lahti, Finland, Kikan Randall of the United States won over Katja Visnar of Slovenia taking second place and Sophie Caldwel of the United States for third.
Nordic-Combined – Men: Norway won the tem Sprint HS130/ 2×7.5km World Cup in Lahti, Finland, in front of Germany for second place and France for third.
Freestyle Skiing – Women: Great results for North American skiers at the Freestyle World Cup in Inawashiro, Japan, placing 8 skiers in the top ten! Hannah Kearney of the United States won the event in front on Aiko Uemura of Japan for second place and Melanie Meilinger of Austria for third.