Agence France-PresseFebruary 10, 2013 09:16
Austrian Romed Baumann on Sunday topped downhill training for the men's super-combined event, as a host of top contenders opted to take a day's rest.
Baumann timed 2min 03.31sec down the Planai course, 0.24sec ahead of Ted Ligety, with another American, Ryan Cochran-Siegle, in third at 0.52sec. Only 22 racers bothered with the training session.
Monday's super-combined comprises a midday downhill and a flood-lit slalom in the evening.