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A twice-canceled World Cup men's downhill has been rescheduled to be run in Norway after the Sochi Olympics.
The International Ski Federation says an additional downhill will be raced on Feb. 28 at Kvitfjell.
The Alpine course at the 1994 Lillehammer Olympics also stages a downhill on March 1 and a super-G the following day.
The new race replaces one that was first canceled in January for lack of snow at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
An intended make-up race at St. Moritz, Switzerland, this month was canceled because of fog.