Kjetil Jansrud is the world's best styrtløber.
Saturday was the 33-year-old Norwegian soon, as there was to be a new world champion in the downhill at the WORLD championships in Swedish Åre.
Jansrud came in over the line in time 1 minute and 19,98 seconds. It was 0,02 seconds faster than compatriot Aksel Lund Svindal, who therefore had to accept a silver medal in his last race as a professional.
Jansrud revancherede with Saturday's victory, the fourth place, he got in the same discipline at the WORLD championships in 2017.
Austrian Vincent Kriechmayr was number three with the time 1 minute and 20,31 seconds.
The defending world champion, swiss Beat Feuz, ended as number four.
Christoffer Faarup was also in styrtløbet. The dane delivered a beautiful pass and finished as number 22 out of 57.
the Start of Saturday's downhill was because of the fog postponed.
But it didn't change that Kjetil Jansrud, who, as a result of the two broken fingers had wallpaper his left hand stuck to one spell, flew down the slopes with great speed and set best time.
a Short time after was Aksel Lund Svindal try to surpass his fellow countryman, but the Norwegian fartfænomen may thus look on with the measly 0,02 second.
Sunday, they must female skiers run downhill in Åre.
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