Today, 50 of the strongest skiers on the planet are competing for a place on the Olympic podium in super-combined downhill. After the first round of the competition, the downhill, in first place with a score of 1 min. 53.24 sec. is held by Norway's Kjetil Jansrud. The Czech skier Ondrej Bank is behind him and Austrian Matthias Meyer is in the third place. Meyer picked up a gold in last Sunday’s downhill.
American Bode Miller, the Vancouver 2010 Olympic champion in the super combined event and competition favorite, started strongly but a slip the downhill section means he is currently in 12th place.
Today at 15:30 alpine skiers will continue the quest for Olympic medals and will begin the slalom. The total time after two runs will decide the Olympic super-combined champion.