Beat Feuz skied to his third career win in the Wengen downhill on Saturday. It was the third such victory and fifth podium (plus another in super combined) for the Swiss racer at the classic venue on home snow.

Rounding out the podium were Italy’s Dominik Paris, .29 seconds back, and Germany’s Thomas Dressen, who finished in third, .31 seconds back. After a win the the super combined a day earlier Austria’s Matthias Mayer landed just off the podium in fourth, just .38 seconds back.

American Bryce Bennett skied to the fifth-best result of his career in seventh place, just .87 seconds out. Bennett has developed a knack for the Wengen venue, having finished fifth in the same race a year earlier. After a strong performance in training, Ryan Cochran-Siegle skied to 14th place position, his best career result in Wengen. Steven Nyman and Jared Goldberg finished 21st and 22nd, respectively. Travis Ganong was 27th.

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  • 1. Beat Feuz (SUI): 1:42.53
  • 2. Dominik Paris (ITA): +0.29
  • 3. Thomas Dressen (GER): +0.31
  • 4. Matthias Mayer (AUT): +0.38
  • 5. Mauro Caviezel (SUI): +0.42
  • 6. Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (NOR): +0.48
  • 7. Bryce Bennett (USA): +0.87
  • 8. Niels Hintermann (SUI): +0.93
  • 8. Vincent Kriechmayr (AUT): +0.93
  • 10. Ralph Weber (SUI): +1.00

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