American Mikaela Shiffrin took advantage of a mistake by rival Petra Vlhova to win the second World Cup slalom in Levi, Finland, on Sunday.
Shiffrin, second the day before in the first race of the season, completed the two runs with a combined time of 1min 51 with 68/100.
The second place was taken by the Croatian Leona Popović with a distance of 0.18 seconds thanks to the best time of the second run. German Lena Duerr completed the podium.
Honorary performance of the Canadians on the slopes of Levi. Ali Nullmeyer of Toronto finished 6th, 1.24 seconds behind Shiffrin, with Laurence St-Germain, of Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges, just behind (+1.32 seconds).
St-Germain failed to qualify for the second round the day before. Between the two descents on Sunday, she went from 9th to 7th place.
The second descent from Zermatt-Cervinia is cancelled
Furthermore, the second men’s downhill of the Alpine Skiing World Cup is scheduled for Sunday at Zermatt-Cervinia it was canceled due to weather problems, like the first one the day before, the International Ski Federation (FIS) announced.
Due to the heavy snowfall that started early this morning, as well as the strong wind, taking into account today’s forecast and for the safety of everyonethe jury and the organizers gave up on this second race, explains the FIS spokesperson on the Telegram social network.
With information from Agence France-Presse