Alpine skiing-Austrian Mayer has lead in men's super-G
By Nick Mulvenney
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Austrian Matthias Mayer was in gold medal position with a time of one minute, 24.44 seconds after the leading 20 runners had completed the Olympic men's super-G run at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre on Friday.
Swiss Beat Feuz, bronze medallist in the downhill on Thursday, was in second place after clocking 1:24.57 with Norway's defending champion Kjetil Jansrud third in a time of 1:24.62.
Americans Ted Ligety, the 2013 world champion, and Andrew Weibrecht, silver medallist in Sochi four years ago, were still to run along with Canadian dark horse Manuel Osborne-Paradis and French dangerman Brice Roger. (Reporting by Nick Mulvenney, editing by Greg Stutchbury)