The Swiss Marco Odermatt - 24 years old, sixth seasonal success and 10 / o in career - won the Wengen World Cup super-G in 1.29.00, further consolidating his leadership in the general classification with 945 points.
According to the Norwegian Aleksander Kilde in 1.129.13 and third the Austrian Matthias Mayer in 1.29.58.
Best blue, and in any case quite satisfied with his performance, Dominik Paris 7 / o in 1.29.98 followed with only one hundredth of a gap from Christof Innerhofer 8 / o in 1.29.99 and who in turn showed off a good skiing.
For Italy - in a race with perfect weather and track - we are further back, while Riccardo Tonetti did not finish the test - Guglielmo Bosca in 1.30.49. Giovanni Franzoni in 1.30.84, Mattia Casse in 1.31.09 and Emanuele Buzzi in 1.32.00.
It was the second super-G of cdm disputed in Wengen after the one in 1994 won by the legendary Austro-Luxemburger Marc Girardelli.
The race then recovered the super-G that was scheduled at Lake Louise but was then moved to Bormio from where, again due to adverse weather, it moved to Wengen.
Today, due to covid, no public which will be 'but' admitted from tomorrow for the first of the two scheduled descents and followed on Sunday by a special slalom.
Tomorrow will be a descent on a shortened track while Saturday's free will be the free classification of Lauberhorn, the longest track in the world with its 4.4.80 meters.