Tags Christof Innerhofer
Italian charges from bib 47 to set fastest time ahead of teammate Innerhofer.
Darkness and 90+ mph speeds greet racers for second day in a row.
Austrian quickest as almost half of the starters fail to complete the entire course.
It was a smooth post-Christmas training run for the men on the Deborah Compagnoni slope in Italy.
Double Sochi Olympic medalist Christof Innerhofer commits to Rossignol until 2017.
Mauro Caviezel and Denise Feierabend are declared the "masters of all slopes" at the third annual event.
Sandro Viletta of Italy skis a gutsy slalom run to win super combined gold; Miller best for U.S. in sixth.
The Italians proved fast in training on home snow, but the U.S. Ski Team lands four inside the top 20.
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