Originally, the elite skiers were to lose the World Cup in Killington at 15.45, but strong winds and heavy snow forced the event organizers to postpone the planned start.

Dozens of organizers are working to remove a lot of snow on the track itself and in the finish area, and in Killington it does not yet look like today’s race could take place.

The problem is especially the strong wind, which threatens the regularity of the track, on which the two biggest stars Petra Vlhová and Mikaela Shiffrinová were supposed to lead another fight for World Cup points.

SEE WHAT’S GOING ON THE KILLINGTONE AMERICAN TRACK HERE