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World Cup ski race rescheduled after overnight rain, snow

HINTERSTODER, Austria (AP) — A men's World Cup combined race that was canceled Friday because of bad weather was rescheduled for Sunday. The international ski federation said a giant slalom initially scheduled for that day was moved to Monday.

Earlier Friday, FIS called off the Alpine combined race “due to the rain and snowfall during the night, the current weather situation and the forecast for the day.” Sunday's race will be the third and last Alpine combined race of the season.

Alexis Pinturault of France, who won the discipline title three times, leads the season standings with 180 points, followed by Aleksander Aamodt Kilde of Norway with 112 and Loic Meillard of Switzerland with 110.

The World Cup event in Austria also includes a super-G on Saturday.

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