Reigning World Cup overall champion Petra Vlhova set the pace in the first run of the World Cup slalom in Killington, Vermont, on Sunday, two-tenths of a second in front of home hope Mikaela Shiffrin.

Slovakia’s Vlhova, who edged Shiffrin in two slaloms in Levi this month, clocked 49.87sec on a Killington course where gusting winds and blowing snow forced cancellation of Saturday’s giant slalaom.

Conditions were overcast but calm on Sunday, after more than a foot of snow fell in the area in 24 hours. Read More