Sofia Goggia led an Italian one-two in the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Skiing World Cup Super-G event in St Moritz.
The World Championship silver medallist produced an impressive display on the Swiss slopes.
Goggia lost one of her ski poles during the event, but was still able to achieve a time of 1min 12.96sec.
Her time was narrowly enough to secure a first victory of the season, ahead of team-mate Federica Brignone.
"That's crazy,” Goggia said.
“It's a huge day.
“I've unlocked myself taking serious risks, as usual, but I wanted this result after Lake Louise.”
Brignone finished 0.01 second adrift of Goggia’s time to finish the competition as the runner-up.
World champion Mikaela Shiffrin completed the podium places by finishing in a time of 1:13.09.
The American has now finished on the podium in six of the eight World Cup competitions so far this season.
Competition will continue tomorrow with a parallel slalom event in St Moritz.