The World Alpine Skiing Championships men’s super-G, scheduled for Wednesday in Beaver Creek, Colo., was postponed due to weather.
The race was rescheduled for 1 p.m. ET on Thursday, on NBCSN and NBC Sports Live Extra.
Bode Miller is slated to race for the first time in 11 months when the super-G does take place.
Countryman Ted Ligety is the defending World champion in the super-G, as well as the giant slalom and super combined.
Miller and Ligety are looking to match Lindsey Vonn with six career World Championships medals, most among American skiers. Vonn won super-G bronze on Tuesday.
The next scheduled women’s race at Worlds is the downhill on Friday.