Beat Feuz of Switzerland won the downhill title in the men’s International Ski Federation Alpine World Cup at Beaver Creek in the United States.
Feuz stopped the clock at 1min 12.98sec, leaving him a clear winner.
Johan Clarey of France and Vincent Kreichmayr of Austria were joint second, 0.41 seconds adrift.
Kreichmayr’s compatriot Hannes Reichelt was just 0,02 seconds behind in fourth place.
Norway’s Adrian Sejersted was 0.44 seconds off the lead in fifth place, followed by Ryan Cochran-Siegle of the US, who was at 0.49.
Dominik Schwaiger of Germany and Aleksander Kilde of Norway were joint seventh, 0.64 seconds behind the leader.