SCHLADMING, Austria (AP) — Romed Baumann of Austria led the final downhill training on Sunday ahead of the men's super-combined event at the Alpine skiing world championships.
Baumann timed 2 minutes, 3.31 seconds on the 3.33-kilometer Planai course to lead Ted Ligety of the United States by 0.24. Ligety's teammate Ryan Cochran-Siegle was 0.52 back in third. Many starters in Monday's race sat out the final training session, including defending champion Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway, Christof Innerhofer of Italy, Hannes Reichelt of Austria and Ivica Kostelic of Croatia.
The super-combined event consists of a downhill portion followed by a floodlit slalom run in the evening.