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ALTENMARKT-ZAUCHENSEE, Austria -- Snowfall forced organizers to cancel the second and final training Friday for a women's World Cup downhill.
The International Ski Federation said course workers were moving fresh snow off the piste in order to prepare the course for the race Saturday.
Anna Fenninger of Austria posted the fastest time in the first training Thursday, ahead of Switzerland's Lara Gut and Slovenia's Tina Maze.
The fifth downhill of the season is followed by a super-combined, consisting of a super-G and one slalom run, on Sunday.