The Italian Federica Brignone prevailed in the supergiant of St. Anton (Austria), a test that had a shorter route than usual due to the snowfall in the area the night before.
Brignone won with a time of 1:00.21, leading the Swiss Joana Haehlen by 54 hundredths of a second and the Swiss Lara Gut by 66. The one in St. Anton is the first victory of the season for Brignone (32 years old) and number 21 of his record.
The Italian Elena Curtoni, who could only be thirteenth, continues to lead the classification of the specialty with 140 points, matched by the Norwegian Ragnhild Mowinckel, who was sixth in the Austrian event.
In the general of the World Cup there is no change with the American Mikaela Shiffrin in front with 1,195 points. Neither Shiffrin nor the Slovakian Petra Vlhova, second with 796, nor the Swiss Wendy Holdener, third with 569, participated in St. Anton.