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Nearly a full year after cutting his season short following a season-ending crash in Beaver Creek, Colorado, Germany’s Thomas Dressen emerged victorious in his comeback race in Lake Louise, Canada.

Dressen’s winning time of 1:46.81 was enough to sneak ahead of Italian speed powerhouse Dominik Paris by a mere 0.02 seconds. Third place went to a pair of Swiss racers as two-time World Cup Downhill Champion Beat Feuz tied with 2010 World Cup Overall Champion Carlo Janka, 0.26 seconds off of Dressen’s pace.

Top American honors went to veterans Steve Nyman and Travis Ganong, who tied for 10th place, 1.31 seconds back.

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Top 10

  • 1. Thomas Dressen (GER) – 1:46.81
  • 2. Dominik Paris (ITA) – +0.02
  • 3. Beat Feuz (SUI) – +0.26
  • 3. Carlo Janka (SUI) – +0.26
  • 5. Matthias Mayer (AUT) – +0.42
  • 6. Mauro Caviezel (SUI) – +0.47
  • 7. Vincent Kriechmayr (AUT) – +0.66
  • 8. Kjetil Jansrud (NOR) – +0.80
  • 9. Adrien Theaux (FRA) – +1.12
  • 10. Steven Nyman (USA) – +1.31
  • 10. Travis Ganong (USA) – +1.31

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Sean Higgins
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- A Lake Tahoe native and University of Vermont graduate, Higgins was a member of the Catamounts' 2012 NCAA title winning squad and earned first team All-American honors in 2013. Prior to coming to Ski Racing Media, he coached U14s for the Squaw Valley Ski Team.
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