Switzerland's Carlo Janka achieved another impressive performance today at Garmisch-Partenkirchen winning his 7th World Cup race - his 5th this winter - after an aggressive run in the lower part of the new 'Kandahar' downhill run.
For seven of twelve disciplines, the winners of the globes still remain to be determined.
Grugger, Suter win first and only downhill training
For Guay, who narrowly missed a medal two times at Vancouver Games, it was the second win after having won a World Cup downhill in Garmisch three years ago.
A day after finishing a disappointing 38th in the downhill in Crans Montana, Switzerland's Dominique Gisin earned her first ever super G victory, beating Vonn by 0.15 seconds and Mancuso by 0.38.
Vonn wins by the smallest possible margin of 0.01 seconds ahead of Italian Johanna Schnarf. Marianne Abderhalden of Switzerland claims third, 0.38 behind Vonn.