The reigning Super-G Olympic champion clocked a time of one minute 32.71 seconds to lead home Austria's Vincent Kriechmayr.

Jansrud reigns supreme in Super-G

The victory saw Jansrud close the gap on the top three in the World Cup Super-G standings, but his compatriot Aleksander Aamodt Kilde took over at the top of the table.
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Kilde has 335 points, fellow Norwegian Aksel Lund Svindal - who will not race again this season - has 310 and Kriechmayr has 298, with Jansrud on 295.

RESULTS

1. Kjetil Jansrud (Norway) 1:32.71
2. Vincent Kriechmayr (Austria) 1:32.88
3. Dominik Paris (Italy) 1:33.03
4. Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (Norway) 1:33.18
5. Andrew Weibrecht (U.S.) 1:33.39
6. Beat Feuz (Switzerland) 1:33.51
7. Carlo Janka (Switzerland) 1:33.57
8. Peter Fill (Italy) 1:33.61
8. Erik Guay (Canada) 1:33.61
10. Andreas Sander (Germany) 1:33.67
11. Adrien Theaux (France) 1:33.68
12. Ralph Weber (Switzerland) 1:33.70
13. Hannes Reichelt (Austria) 1:33.78
14. Travis Ganong (U.S.) 1:33.79
15. Christof Innerhofer (Italy) 1:33.85
16. Klaus Brandner (Germany) 1:33.91
17. Steven Nyman (U.S.) 1:33.92
18. Adrian Smiseth Sejersted (Norway) 1:33.95
19. Romed Baumann (Austria) 1:34.06
20. Manuel Osborne-Paradis (Canada) 1:34.21
21. Mattia Casse (Italy) 1:34.36
22. Thomas Tumler (Switzerland) 1:34.38
23. Blaise Giezendanner (France) 1:34.41
24. Marc Gisin (Switzerland) 1:34.42
25. Otmar Striedinger (Austria) 1:34.45
26. Bostjan Kline (Slovenia) 1:34.47
27. Martin Cater (Slovenia) 1:34.51
28. Klemen Kosi (Slovenia) 1:34.54
29. Klaus Kroell (Austria) 1:34.70
30. Thomas Mermillod Blondin (France) 1:34.83
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