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BEAVER CREEK, Colo. – of Norway Alexander Aamodt Kilde won his second downhill World Cup race to start the season, despite the effects of the weather.

Despite battling illness all week in training, Kilde completed a tough Bird of Prey series on Saturday in a time of 1 minute, 42.09 seconds. It’s enough to hold Marco Odermat of Switzerland by 0.06 seconds. James Crawford of Canada was third to earn his second career World Cup final.

Kilde won the downhill opener last weekend in Lake Louise, Alberta.

“It was a tough week,” Kilde said after the race. “I got the flu in Lake Louise after a long weekend. It suits me very well. Then I have a few days to rest and take it easy. … I feel good. Still waiting for it a bit in my system. “

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Beaver Creek crews had the course the hard way one day after the downhill race was canceled due to high winds and heavy snow.

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Kilde reached a speed of around 75 mph in his eighth World Cup victory. That was connected to it Kjetil Jansrud for the third lowest victory in World Cup training among Norwegian men. Total way only Aksel Lund Svindal (14) and Lasse Kjus (10).

“I found a better fit with my equipment and my skis,” Kilde explained. “I believe in myself. I trust myself. I have a good game plan. When I stand at the beginning, I don’t focus on anything. I know that this plan is what I am doing and when I do that it will be fast. “

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Odermatt has been on the podium in all four World Cups this season as he looks to defend his World Cup title. The 25-year-old finished third in the season-opening downhill last weekend. He also won giant slalom and super-G races.

Ryan Cochran-Siegle moved up to seventh place for the top American finish. He was ninth in the Lake Louise descent.

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“It’s tough,” Cochran-Siegle said of her progress in the training. “A few things here pushed me away from the three points. You have to use a lot of energy on skis without letting go, in theory. Today is a good step.”

of Switzerland Read Feuzwho won a low-profile Olympic gold medal at the Beijing Games last February, tied for ninth.

The Beaver Creek stop at the circuit comes to a close on Sunday with a super-G race. Odermatt will be the favorite after stopping Kilde in the opening super-G last weekend.

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