After 7,887' and 51 gates of Super G racing At Lake Louise, CAN, Ted Ligety finished 1 one-hundreth of a second off the podium. However, leading the U.S. men with a fourth place finish put the Park City, UT native into second place in the overall men's World Cup Standings.
Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal won the Super G for a sweep of the Lake Louise speed events, with Adrian Theaux of France second and Austria's Joachim Puchner third.
U.S. teen sensation Mikaela Shriffin, led the U.S. women with a 9th place finish.
Ted Ligety skis to 4th place at Lake Louise, CAN Copyright Getty Images