Nearly a full year after cutting his season short following a season-ending crash in Beaver Creek, Colorado, Germany’s Thomas Dressen emerged victorious in his comeback race in Lake Louise, Canada.

Dressen’s winning time of 1:46.81 was enough to sneak ahead of Italian speed powerhouse Dominik Paris by a mere 0.02 seconds. Third place went to a pair of Swiss racers as two-time World Cup Downhill Champion Beat Feuz tied with 2010 World Cup Overall Champion Carlo Janka, 0.26 seconds off of Dressen’s pace.

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Top American honors went to veterans Steve Nyman and Travis Ganong, who tied for 10th place, 1.31 seconds back.

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Top 10

  • 1. Thomas Dressen (GER) – 1:46.81
  • 2. Dominik Paris (ITA) – +0.02
  • 3. Beat Feuz (SUI) – +0.26
  • 3. Carlo Janka (SUI) – +0.26
  • 5. Matthias Mayer (AUT) – +0.42
  • 6. Mauro Caviezel (SUI) – +0.47
  • 7. Vincent Kriechmayr (AUT) – +0.66
  • 8. Kjetil Jansrud (NOR) – +0.80
  • 9. Adrien Theaux (FRA) – +1.12
  • 10. Steven Nyman (USA) – +1.31
  • 10. Travis Ganong (USA) – +1.31

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