Alexander Aamodt Kilde with a victory in the downhill race in Wengen on Saturday (January 14), he won two Alpine Ski World Cups in two days.
The Norwegian once again defeated the favorite of the hosts Marco Odermatt from Switzerland, whom he had also beaten in the men’s Super G race 24 hours earlier at the same venue.
Kilde completed the most scenic downhill course on the course in a time of 1:43.14. Second was Odermatt, who was slower by 0.88 seconds. Third place went to Mattia Casse from Italy.
Kilde’s victory increases his advantage over Odermatt in the classification of disciplines in the season and reduces the gap to the Swiss skier in the race for the 2022/23 crystal ball. Odermatt leads with 1186 points. Kilde is second with 846.
The men will compete on Sunday in a slalom race, also in Wengen.