Marco Odermatt continued his strong start to the alpine skiing season by winning gold at the first Super- G World Cup event.
The 24-year-old backed up his giant slalom victory in Solden with an unstoppable performance in Beaver Creek on Thursday, crossing the line in 1:08.61.
He won by 0.78s from Austria's Matthias Mayer, while Canada's Broderick Thompson claimed his first ever World Cup podium in third.
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Defending Crystal Globe winner Vincent Kriechmayr finished fifth, 1.02 back from Odermatt, while there was a welcome return for Switzerland's Urs Kryenbuehl, who competed for the first time since a horror accident in Kitzbuhel in January.
Kryenbuehl was airlifted to hospital after an 87mph crash that resulted in concussion, a fractured right collarbone and an ACL tear in his right knee.
He finished 16th on his return, 1.80s off the pace.
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