Kjetil masters super-G
Lake Louise continues to be good to Norwegian ski racers. Kjetil Jansrud won a second straight World Cup super-G and his third in four years at the Alberta ski resort west of Calgary Sunday. Jansrud and Austria’s Vincent Kriechmayr finished first and second in the overall World Cup super-G standings in 2017-18 and opened this season in the same order. Kriechmayr crossed the line just 0.14 seconds slower than Jansrud. Switzerland’s Mauro Caviezel was third, 0.21 seconds behind for his second career podium. Svindal, the reigning Olympic downhill champ, was fifth. Ottawa’s Dustin Cook was the top Canadian in 16th. Toronto’s James Crawford finished 27th. Ben Thomsen of Invermere was 47th, Calgary’s Jeff Read placed 49th and Brodie Seger of North Vancouver was 50th.