The first run in the super-combined competition has ended on the slopes of Rosa Khutor. Due to the differing weather conditions, the SC competition was moved which led to the skiers' medals draw begging with their slalom attempts.
After the first run in the women's standing category, France's Marie Bochet led the way, followed by German skier Andrea Rothfuss and Stephanie Jallen from the Unite States. In the sitting category, the leading athletes are from both from Germany, with Anna Shaffelhuber and Anna-Lena Forster topping the leaderboard in first and second respectively. Austria's Claudia Loesch currently lies in third place. The best time in the slalom competition for visually impaired athletes was recorded by Russia's Aleksandra Frantceva. She battled to finish ahead of Britain's Jade Etherington, who currently occupies second place, and American Danelle Umstead who sits in third place.
In the men's standing category, seven athletes did not finish due to improper passing of the track. After the first attempt, Alexey Bugaev of Russia leads the standings followed by Braydon Luscombe of Canada and Matthias Lanzinger of Austria in third place. In the sitting category, only 10 of 26 athletes will continue the battle it out for medals. Leading the field after the first attempt is Roman Rabl of Austria, Thomas Nolte of Germany is in second, and Taiki Morii of Japan is placed third. In the visually impaired category, only 7 athletes successfully completed the slalom. The best time was posted by Russia’s Valerii Redkozubov, who leads his rivals Gabriel Juan Gorce Yepes of Spain in second place and Maciej Krezel of Poland in third.
Athletes will compete in the second attempt of the super-combined on Friday March 14, when the super-G is finished.