Alpine skiing World Cup men’s super-G postponed

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An Alpine skiing World Cup men’s super-G scheduled for Monday in Bormio, Italy, was postponed to Tuesday due to heavy snowfall that was expected to last into the mid-afternoon.

The race will start at the same time — 5:30 a.m. ET, live on Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA and streaming on Peacock Premium.

A downhill scheduled for Tuesday will now be held Wednesday at 5:30 a.m. on Olympic Channel and Peacock Premium, marking the last men’s race of 2020.

American Ryan Cochran-Siegle had the fastest downhill training run in Bormio on Saturday and Sunday. He is looking to end the longest U.S. men’s victory drought this millennium in a World Cup speed race — since Travis Ganong won a downhill in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, on Jan. 27, 2017.

Nine days ago, Cochran-Siegle took second in a downhill in Val Gardena, the first U.S. men’s speed race podium since Ganong’s win.

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