After a two-hour delay due to fog in the morning, Norway’s Henrik Kristoffersen won the men’s World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, with a total time of 2:26.63 seconds.
Kristoffersen has yet to be beat in GS since World Championships last month and was joined on the podium by two newcomers with Norwegian teammate, Rasmus Windingstad finishing in second place, 0.24 seconds back and Switzerland’s rising star, Marco Odermatt, in third, 0.56 seconds off the pace.
Canada’s Trevor Philp finished inside of the top 10 in eighth for his career-best GS finish, 1.05 seconds back.
Tommy Ford led a trio of Americans into the points finishing in 14th place, 1.48 seconds back. Ryan Cochran-Siegle finished in 18th and Ted Ligety finished 23rd.
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- Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR): 2:26.63
- Rasmus Windingstad (NOR): +0.24
- Marco Odermatt (SUI): +0.56
- Cedric Noger (SUI): +0.86
- Alexis Pinturault (FRA): +0.87
- Marcel Hirscher (AUT): +0.92
- Loic Meillard (SUI): +1.03
- Trevor Philp (CAN): +1.05
- Zan Kranjec (SLO): +1.14
- Manuel Feller (AUT): +1.22