Norway's Kjetil Jansrud posted the quickest time in downhill training as preparations concluded for the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Skiing World Cup in Val Gardena in Italy.
Jansrud clocked 1min 50.27sec to finish 0.35 seconds ahead of compatriot Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who missed a gate.
France's Johan Clarey was 0.70 seconds off the pace in third.
Today's downhill training came after yesterday's session was cancelled.
#attackingvikings are on 🔥: @Kjansrud scored the fastest time in today's training in @skiworldcup, in front of @AleksanderKilde (missed gate) and @yoclarey! Tomorrow at 11.45 CET the third Super G of the season is on! #fisalpine pic.twitter.com/pHVA9bDjh6— FIS Alpine (@fisalpine) 19 December 2019
The downhill event is due to take place on Saturday (December 21), following tomorrow's super-G.
Switzerland's Beat Feuz, ranked 46th today, currently tops the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup downhill standings with 160 points.
He is followed by Austria's Vincent Kriechmayr with 116 points and Germany's Thomas Dressen with 112.
The super-G rankings are led by Austria's Matthias Mayer with 160 points.