Kjetil Jansrud from Norway has won Gold in the downhill at the world Ski Championships in Sweden. In dense driving snow, the Super-G was the Olympic champion in 2014, only 0.02 seconds ahead of his compatriot Aksel Lund Svindal, who rode the last race of his career best. Rank three took on the because of the outer conditions by a third, shorter route on the mountain Areskutan, the Austrian Vincent Kriechmayr (+0,33). The defending champion Beat Feuz (Switzerland/+0,44) was Fourth.
Jansrud had come in the ongoing world Cup season in the downhill never about rank 13. In addition, he was thrown in front of two and a half weeks, he had a broken left Hand.
The German Starter could not cope after two periods of half an hour, start to shift with changing viewing conditions, and sustained snowfall. Dominik Schwaiger (Königssee/+1,59) was the Best of the German Quartet at rank 25, Josef Ferstl (Hammer/+1,85) could 28. his sixth place in the Super-G did not confirm. Super-G world champion Dominik Paris (Italy), awarded a Sixth Chance, as a third Ski to win racers after Bode Miller (USA/2005) and Hermann Maier (Austria/1999) both Speed races at a world Cup.