Olympic Men’s Downhill Rescheduled Due to Wind
Due to strong winds and an unfavorable forecast for Sunday, the Olympic men’s downhill has been postponed. Very strong winds with gusts of up to 72 kilometers per hour which are expected to last all day forced the postponement. The alpine combined downhill training scheduled for Monday is also cancelled due to the official forecast.
The Jury has decided to switch the official program and has re-scheduled the men’s downhill for Thursday, Feb. 15, and the men’s super-G on Friday, Feb. 16.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.
Information courtesy of FIS.