Following the mens slalom, the leading final positions in the FIS Alpine World Cup have been revealed.
Currently in first position is Mario Matt of Austria with a time of one minute 51.36 seconds followed by Croatias Ivica Kostelic on one minute 51.69 seconds and Reinfried Herbst also of Austria with a time of one minute 51.76 seconds, BBC reports.
The leading mens slalom standings also see Jean-Baptiste Grange of France in front with 462 points.
Mario Matt remains in second place with a total of 405 points while Matt also takes second place in the overall mens Alpine World Cup standings with 974 points behind super-combined winner Bode Miller.
Miller of the United States is currently in top spot with a total of 1067 points.
Fellow American competitor Ted Ligety is in eighth position with 612 points.
Meanwhile, those taking European ski holidays
may have witnessed Anton Kushnir take the lead in the FIS Freestyle World Cup, Listel-Inawashiro: after his performance in the mens aerials.