Hirscher rode out third and the reigning World Cup champion put in an impressive time of 48.46s to immediately take the lead.

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Ryding saw a green light following his first interval, but he could not live with Hirscher’s pace and ended fifth with a time of 49.21s. After other riders went out he was tenth.
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Henrik Kristoffersen, the current World Cup leader, sits in fifth with Russia’s Alexander Khoroshilov the man closest to Hirscher.
The second run will be shown live on Eurosport and Eurosport Player at 19:30 GMT.

Run 1 Overall Standings

1. Marcel Hirscher (Austria) 48.46 48.46
2. Alexander Khoroshilov (Russia) 48.69 48.69
3. Luca Aerni (Switzerland) 48.83 48.83
4. Manfred Molgg (Italy) 48.90 48.90
5. Henrik Kristoffersen (Norway) 48.95 48.95
6. Daniel Yule (Switzerland) 48.99 48.99
7. Christian Hirschbuhl (Austria) 49.04 49.04
8. Sebastian Foss Solevaag (Norway) 49.05 49.05
9. Manuel Feller (Austria) 49.20 49.20
10. Dave Ryding (Britain) 49.21 49.21
11. Marco Schwarz (Austria) 49.30 49.30
12. Stefano Gross (Italy) 49.31 49.31
13. Mattias Hargin (Sweden) 49.35 49.35
14. Loic Meillard (Switzerland) 49.36 49.36
15. Michael Matt (Austria) 49.44 49.44
16. Linus Strasser (Germany) 49.55 49.55
17. Julien Lizeroux (France) 49.57 49.57
18. Andre Myhrer (Sweden) 49.67 49.67
19. Alexis Pinturault (France) 49.68 49.68
20. Jean-Baptiste Grange (France) 49.95 49.95
20. Leif Kristian Haugen (Norway) 49.95 49.95
22. David Chodounsky (U.S.) 49.99 49.99
23. Erik Read (Canada) 50.03 50.03
24. Ramon Zenhausern (Switzerland) 50.07 50.07
25. Jonathan Nordbotten (Norway) 50.16 50.16
26. Naoki Yuasa (Japan) 50.44 50.44
27. Marc Digruber (Austria) 50.47 50.47
28. Fritz Dopfer (Germany) 50.62 50.62
29. Patrick Thaler (Italy) 50.73 50.73
30. Victor Muffat-Jeandet (France) 50.78 50.78
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Hirscher salvages victory with brilliant save, Ryding finishes sixth
22/12/2017 AT 20:45