You weren't able to watch Beat Feuz win on TV and you missed the surprises of Max Franz and Andreas Romar? Then you're in the right place: Relive the race in fast forward.
11:21 | Good morning from the finish area of the Saslong! In less than an hour the World Cup Super G will begin.
11:21 | The weather is relatively good at the moment: It's cloudy, but there is no fog on the course.
11:22 | At the Start at 2,000m altitude, it's -3 degrees, at the Finish its -2 degrees.
11:23 | The Super G is about 2.4 km long.
11:24 | John McBride set 49 gates and 45 direction changes.
11:26 | By the way, this had to happen in record time as the downhill training went on for a while and it was almost dark.
11:27 | The jury has just decided that the original Start will not be used, but that the athletes will start from the reserve Start.
11:29 | This was decided in order to avoid fog banks that might build up in the upper part of the piste.
11:30 | The Reserve Start is located by the first wall at the treeline.
11:31 | New information from the jury: The Start was moved not because of the fog, but due to the strong wind.
11:34 | The Start is now located at 1,900 metres altitude, not 2,000.
11:50 | Who are the favourites for today's Super G?
11:51 | The top favourite could be Aksel Lund Svindal who came first and second in the last two Super Gs.
11:51 | Svindal has already won 6 Super Gs in the Worl Cup and even here in Val Gardena he came out on top in 2009.
11:52 | Last year Michael Walchhofer won, but the Austrian, as we know, has ended his career.
12:02 | News from the Jury: The distance between the starts of the first 30 bib numbers will be 1:30 minutes.
12:02 | The first camera man has finished the Super G.
12:05 | Gustav Thöni, South Tyrol's former ski star, is also in the finish area.
12:05 | He won his fourth overall World Cup here in Val Gardena in 1975.
12:07 | The forerunners are on the course. The race can be started at 12.15 as planned.
12:10 | A reminder: The race will be opened by Silvan Zurbriggen, Sandro Viletta, the winner of the Super G in Beaver Creek, has bib number 9 and Aksel Lund Svindal who won in Lake Louise, number 20.
12:11 | The first of the Italian team is Christof Innerhofer, the Super G World Champion will race with bib number 16.
12:14 | Last year Michi Walchhofer's winning time was 1:34.25 minutes. This year the winner will not take that long as the course has, of course, been shortened.
12:15 | We're ready! Silvan Zurbriggen is on the piste.
12:16 | Zurbriggen's run looks very harmonious.
12:16 | He is almost continuously crouching.
12:16 | Light jump towards the finish area and then he's at the Finish.
12:16 | Zurbriggen took 1:23,73 minutes.
12:17 | Patrick Küng, the next Swiss, has just started. He is considerably faster than Zurbriggen at the top.
12:17 | Küng is aggressive.
12:17 | 0.8 seconds ahead in the interim time for Küng.
12:18 | In the Finish Küng tops Zurbriggen by almost a second.
12:18 | Küng doesn't seem happy at all.
12:19 | What his time is worth we will see after Joachim Puchner.
12:19 | The 24-year-old is an up and coming talent in the Austrian team.
12:20 | Puchner is just behind Küng at the second interim time.
12:20 | Towards the end Puchner steps on the pedal again and is 0.38 seconds ahead of Küng.
12:20 | But careful now: Mario Scheiber. The Austrian is celebartin his comeback! Well done!
12:21 | Scheiber is very fast at the top.
12:21 | He is 0.1 seconds ahead.
12:21 | Scheiber is in the finish area: Second place with a delay of 0.08 seconds.
12:21 | Puchner skied really well at the bottom.
12:21 | Now the first Norwegian: Kjetil Jansrud. He is ahead at the top.
12:22 | Now the German Stephan Keppler.
12:23 | But Keppler already has a big delay at the top.
12:23 | But he recuperates.
12:24 | A brief wobbler towars the end, Keppler risks.
12:24 | In the Finish Keppler is 0.4 seconds back in second place behind Jansrud.
12:25 | Even the next racer, Didier Defago (SUI) has already won in Val Gardena.
12:25 | He is slow at the top today.
12:25 | Defago is 0.66 seconds behin in the interim time.
12:25 | In the Finish Defago is 0.74 seconds back.
12:25 | Bode Miller has started. He has also won in Val Gardena. He is behind at the top.
12:25 | But at the second interim time he is leading 0.01 seconds.
12:27 | Miller expands his advantage.
12:27 | Bode Miller is in the lead. 0.14 seconds in front of Jansrud, 0.54 seconds ahead of Keppler.
12:28 | Sandro Viletta, the winner of Beaver Creek, has started.
12:28 | In the middle he is 0.7 seconds behind.
12:28 | This is not his race.
12:28 | In the Finish Viletta is eighth with 1.11 seconds delay.
12:29 | Four Swiss racers are in the rankings. The have the last four positions. Can Carlo Janko stop this?
12:30 | Short break as a gate has come undone.
12:31 | At the same time the course is being painted blue to help the racers in these diffuse light conditions.
12:31 | The race continues with Carlo Janka.
12:31 | Janka is 0.43 seconds ahead at the top.
12:32 | Janka's delay is increasing rapidly.
12:32 | He is 1.66 seconds back in the Finish.
12:33 | Now there are five Swiss racers at the bottom of the rankings.
12:33 | Did the compatriots do something wrong?
12:33 | The Austrian Georg Streitberger is on the piste.
12:33 | He is also back more than a second.
12:34 | He cannot hurt Miller and skis into 9th place. At least there are now only two Swiss skiers at the bottom of the ranking list.
12:34 | Erik Guay, last year's third, has started. He likes the Saslong.
12:35 | But today is not his day.
12:35 | He is having difficulties with his line.
12:35 | Erik Guay is ninth with 1.49 seconds delay.
12:35 | Maybe Romed Baumann can do getter.
12:35 | No, Baumann is too slow at the top.
12:36 | He is a second back at the interim time.
12:36 | At the Finish the Austrian Baumann is ninth with 1.17 seconds delay. He is shaking his head.
12:37 | Can Tobias Grünenfelder save the honour of the Swiss team?
12:37 | In the meantime it has started snowing.
12:38 | But Grünenfelder loses a lot of time. It is not a good day for the Swiss team.
12:38 | He is 1.87 seconds back at the Finish.
12:39 | Klaus Kröll has started. The Austrian is ahead at the top.
12:39 | Danger for Kröll on the Ciaslat.
12:40 | The mistake has cost him half a second.
12:43 | The race continues with Christof Innerhofer.
12:43 | He is already behind at the top.
12:43 | But the delay is minimal.
12:44 | The world champion would be happy with a top 15 position.
12:44 | This aim could work out for him: He is 10th with 1.17 seconds delay.
12:45 | The Croatian Ivica Kostelic is now attacking Bode Miller.
12:46 | Kostelic is far back in the Finish: 1.86 seconds delay.
12:46 | Bode Miller did so well at the bottom of the Saslong.
12:46 | Adrien Theaux (FRA) will try to do better.
12:46 | He is risking a lot.
12:46 | He loses time and is eighth.
12:46 | Can Didier Cuche save the honour of the Swiss team?
12:47 | Weather update: It is snowin more heavily now.
12:48 | Even Didier Cuche loses and loses.
12:49 | Cuche races into 10th place. This race was a disaster.
12:50 | Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR) has started: If even he can't beat Miller, then it will be difficult to push the American off the podium.
12:52 | Svindal is 0.09 seconds ahead at the top.
12:52 | But at the second interim time he Svindal is now back.
12:52 | Svindal is losing continuously: 0.4 seconds delay into the Ciaslat.
12:52 | But Svindal is able to keep his delay to a minimum and races into third place!
12:52 | Svindal is 0.39 seconds off and has proven that Miller's time can still be topped.
12:53 | But certainly not by Benni Raich.
12:54 | At the Finish Raich is almost 2 seconds off.
12:54 | The Austrian already has a delay of a second at the top.
12:56 | At the Finish Svindal and Miller are talking about the race.
12:57 | Now the last of the top racers: Hannes Reichelt.
12:57 | The Austrian skis well at the top.
12:57 | Reichelt is the first skier who can leave Miller behind at the second interim time.
12:58 | But in the Ciaslat meadow he is considerably back.
12:58 | How did Miller manage to fly over the Ciaslat?
12:58 | Reichelt is at the Finish: 15th place. He slowed down on the Ciaslat.
13:02 | The second Italian skier is on the course: Matteo Marsaglia.
13:03 | But he is having difficulties in the Ciaslat.
13:03 | At the Finish Marsaglia, the Crazy Horse of the "Azzurri", is 13th right in front of Innerhofer.
13:04 | Watch out: Jan Hudec! He was fourth in Lake Louise.
13:04 | Hudec is doing really, really well.
13:04 | 7th place with 0.83 seconds delay.
13:04 | The course still has potential.
13:04 | Maybe Beat Feuz can take advantage of this and save the Swiss team.
13:04 | Feuz is extremely fast at the top.
13:05 | He is ahead 0.14 seonds at the interim time.
13:05 | Feuz is in the lead, unbelievable!
13:06 | 0.3 seconds ahead of Bode Miller.
13:07 | Maybe the next Italian, Peter Fill, can take advantage now!
13:07 | No, Fill is already 0.5 seconds back.
13:08 | Fill is 15th and therefore, the best of the Italian team
13:09 | Werner Heel is on the course. He has already won a Super G here.
13:09 | But that's a long time ago. Today he only makes 28th place with 2 seconds delay.
13:10 | Yannick Bertrand is better than Heel. He is as fast as Miller at the top.
13:10 | But Bertrand loses and only reaches the 25th position.
13:11 | Now the World Cup oldie Patrick Jaerbyn.
13:11 | The 42-year-old survived a spectacular road accident on his way to Val Gardena.
13:11 | Jaerbyn was third here in 2008, but today he is last.
13:14 | Innerhofer: Good at the top, too wide at the bottom. I think I can do really well again in a few weeks.
13:14 | The best 30 skiers are at the Finish.
13:15 | We will, of course, continue to report until the end of the race.
13:15 | The first to go out in today's Super G: Tommy Ford (USA) slipped but he managed not to fall.
13:15 | The Slovenian Andrej Sporn is on the piste.
13:16 | Sporn is very fast at the top.
13:16 | But he is losing continuously.
13:16 | At the Finish he is ranked 22nd.
13:17 | Good race by Andrew Weibrecht (USA): 14th place.
13:18 | But watch out now: Hans Olsson. The Swede dominated the downhill training runs.
13:19 | Olsson is really fast at the top.
13:20 | But at the bottom the Swede cannot compete with the best skiers.
13:20 | 11th place for Olsson.
13:22 | Careful: Matthias Mayer (AUT) is skiing well.
13:22 | He is 14th after his first race in Val Gardena.
13:23 | He is better than the first of the Italian team.
13:23 | The best Italian is Peter Fill in eighth place.
13:25 | Andreas Romar from Finland is going fast.
13:25 | With bib number 40 he places himself 6th with 0.86 seconds delay.
13:28 | The weather is getting better as is the piste: Rok Perko is proving this right now!
13:29 | The Slovenian is 14th.
13:30 | The leaders cannot afford to lie back yet as anything could happen, quite likely one or other surprise.
13:41 | Another skier who could ski into the top: Max Franz (AUT)
13:41 | The Austrian achieves 5th place with bib number 54!
13:41 | Max Franz is the cousin of the former world class skier Werner Franz.
13:49 | Tobias Stechert, who already did well in the downhill training, is also skiing well in the Super G.
13:49 | 14th place for Stechert and that with bib number 58.
13:49 | Maybe ex world champion Patrick Staudacher can also take advantage now.
13:50 | No, Staudacher landed in 49th place.
13:50 | Another ten racers are waiting to go.
14:02 | Right, the race has now finished. All 69 skiers are in the Finish area.
14:02 | The prize giving is taking place at the Finish now.
14:02 | Goodbye for today and we will be back again tomorrow for the downhill.