Mauro Caviezel of Switzerland in second place, Beat Feuz of Switzerland in first place and Aksel Lund Scindal of Norway in third place react on the podium after the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men’s Downhill on Nov. 30 in Beaver Creek. (Sean M. Haffey, Getty Images)
Skiers from across the world zoomed down the Birds of Prey racecourse on Beaver Creek Mountain Friday during the World Cup’s downhill ski race. Beat Feuz, of Switzerland, won first with the time of 1:13.59, followed by Mauro Caviezel, of Switzerland, in second with 1:13.66 and Aksel Lund Scindal, of Norway, in third with 1:13.67. Americans Steven Nyman and Bryce Bennett tied for ninth with a time of 1:14.15.
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The race was initially scheduled for Saturday but was moved to Friday due to snow concerns. The super-G race will now take place Saturday.
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