Hannes Reichelt of Austria won a World Cup super-G for his fifth career victory yesterday in Hinterstoder, Austria, while Bode Miller finished third.
Reichelt finished in 1 minute 43.91 seconds to beat teammate Benjamin Raich by 0.34. Miller was the fastest starter before finishing 0.93 back in third.
Miller said he won’t compete in the slalom in Germany, but will compete in the other four disciplines at the worlds.
Ski jumping — Martin Koch of Austria won a ski jump event in Oberstdorf, Germany, for his second World Cup victory.
Freestyle skiing — Michael Riddle won the men’s gold and Rosalind Groenewoud took the women’s, giving Canada a sweep of the halfpipe titles at the Freestyle World Ski Championships in Park City, Utah.
Bobsled — Sandra Kiriasis won the women’s overall two-man bobsled title and Aleksandr Zubkov took the men’s crown in the last World Cup race of the season in Cesana, Italy.
Olympic champion Steven Holcomb teamed with Curtis Tomasevicz to take sixth in USA 1 and finish fourth overall.
Biathlon — Germany won the mixed relay at the biathlon World Cup in Presque Isle, Maine. The US was seventh.
The women’s World Cup giant slalom race in Zwiesel, Germany, was postponed until today because of strong winds.