The Italian speed venue saw records shattered and multiple season-ending injuries over the three-day span of racing. Photos: GEPA/Agence Zoom

Downhill December 27th

Dominik Paris (ITA) inspects the course during the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men’s Downhill in Bormio Italy.

Travis Ganong (USA) finished the day as the top American in 8th place.

With his fourth downhill gold in Bormio, Paris became the winningest downhiller ever at the venue.

Downhill December 28th

Canadian Ben Thomsen picked up his best downhill result since last year in Kitzbuhel finishing 12th.

Top 3 finishers of the day, Dominik Paris (ITA) Urs Kryenbuehl (SUI) Beat Feuz (SUI)

Beat Feuz (SUI) and Dominik Paris (ITA) recapping their runs in the leader box.
Podium finishers Urs Kryenbuehl (SUI), Dominik Paris (ITA) and Beat Feuz (SUI).

Alpine Combined December 29th

The final day in Bormio saw the debut of the new combined format with a second run start order favoring speed skiers rather than tech skiers.
Christopher Neumayer (AUT) high-sided himself entering the infamous traverse section and had to be airlifted off course.
Neumayer was found to have suffered a torn ACL and a tibial head fracture during his crash.

I really don’t know where that came from… I felt pretty good in the warmups and was coming in hot off a second place at Cochran’s TGFS last March.

-Ryan Cochrane-Siegle on his 5th place finish
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (NOR) had the lead after the combined leg and hung on for a second-place finish.
Alexis Pinturault (FRA) made up a 0.97-second deficit in order to take the combined win.