Norway's Olympic champion Kjetil Jansrud won his second event in as many days at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Skiing World Cup event in Val d’Isère in France following his downhill success today.
Jansrud won the men’s super-G event yesterday and followed that up with another victory in the downill today.
The 31-year-old, winner of the Olympic gold medal in the super-G event at Sochi 2014, topped the field in a time of 1min 59.51sec.
Italian Peter Fill took silver after he finished 0.26 behind Jansrud in 1:59.77 while Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal, who finished in second yesterday, rounded off the podium with a time of 1:59.84.
Svindal has shown emphatic form in the two competitions so far this weekend, despite missing out on the second-half of last season because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament,
Jansrud currently leads the overall World Cup standings on 200 points alongside Austrian Marcel Hirscher.
Val d’Isère stepped in to host the cancelled FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup races in Beaver Creek in the United States.
A lack of snow and warm weather at the American resort had forced the cancellation of planned races.
Men's downhill, super-G and giant slalom were all due to take place at the Colorado venue, but organisers admitted the anticipated winter conditions "did not arrive in time".
The giant slalom event is set to bring proceedings to a close in Val d’Isère tomorrow.
A second women's downhill event, meanwhile, took place in the Canadian resort of Lake Louise today.
Slovenia’s Ilka Stuhec produced a surprise to claim the first FIS World Cup victory of her career yesterday and she doubled her career tally today as she once again win the gold medal.
Stuhec won in a time of 1:24.95.
Her previous best result prior to this weekend's event in Lake Louise was a fourth-place finish in the super-G at Beaver Creek in November 2013.
Switzerland's Lara Gut, last season's overall FIS World Cup winner, finished in second today in a time of 1:25.06.
Hungarian Edit Miklos rose from tenth yesterday to claim the bronze medal in a time of 1:25.38.
America's Mikaela Shiffrin remains top of the overall World Cup standings on 338 points, despite finishing 18th and 13th so far this weekend.
Action is due to draw to a close at the Canadian resort tomorrow with the super-G event.