Skiing: Italy's Dominik Paris wins downhill race, Bode Miller 16th on his return
Last Updated: 30/11/13 11:28pm
Dominik Paris: Claimed the third World Cup victory of his career
Dominik Paris claimed the opening downhill race in the men's World Cup season at Lake Louise in Canada.
The Italian clocked a time of one minute, 49.90 seconds on the Olympic course to edge out Austrian Klaus Kroell and claim the third race victory of his career.
France's Adrien Theaux was third, managing a time of 1:50.01.
Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal, who completed a downhill/super-G double on the same course last year, settled for fourth place, 0.23secs behind the winner.
American Bode Miller, in his first downhill since sitting out all of last season in the wake of knee surgery, finished a respectable 16th
The campaign continues on Sunday with a Super-G race on the same piste.