France’s Clement Noel has finally unseated the Austrian men from the top of the podium in Sunday’s slalom in Wengen. Noel stood on the World Cup podium for the first time in Adelboden in the last technical series when he finished second in slalom. Sunday marks his first career World Cup win.

After a slow first run, Marcel Hirscher sat in an uncharacteristic fifth. The Austrian channeled his frustration into his skiing and laid down the fastest second run by 0.39 seconds in an attempt to come out of the race back on top. But it wasn’t enough. His teammate, Manuel Feller, squeaked out a second place finish by 0.02 hundredths of a second, and Noel snuck ahead of Feller by 0.08 hundredths.

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Top 10

1. Clement Noel (FRA): 1.45.40

2. Manuel Feller (AUT): +0.08

3. Marcel Hirscher (AUT): +0.10

4. Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR): +0.30

5. Daniel Yule (SUI): +0.74

6. Michael Matt (AUT): +1.28

7. Christian Hirschbuehl (AUT): +1.41

8. Dave Ryding (GBR): +1.48

9. Stefano Gross (ITA): +1.53

10. Marco Schwarz (AUT): +1.54

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Associate Editor – Born and raised in Metro-Detroit, Michigan, Mackenzie grew up ski racing all over the Mitten.​ She moved out west in search of mountains and attended the University of Oregon, where she achieved degrees in Journalism and Environmental Science. She raced USCSA and was captain of the UO Alpine Ski Team. She currently resides in Salt Lake City and serves as Associate Editor for Ski Racing Media.