Double Olympic champion Mayer (gold medallist in Downhill at the 2014 Sochi Olympics and in the Super-G in Pyeongchang in 2018) finally made the top of the podium for his 10th Alpine Ski World Cup victory. He had finished second (Super-G, 2018) and third (Downhill, 2019) here previously.
Today Matthias Mayer takes his win by just 0.04s from team-mate Vincent Kriechmayr who was also second in Tuesday's Super-G.
It was the sixth career Downhill victory for Mayer, who acknowledged after the race, that the victory could have gone to anyone.
"It was a very challenging race today and a very close one (...) From start to finish you had to give it everything. You can’t say that this curve was better or that curve made the difference. When the race is so close anyone can win. It’s a very difficult slope (...) It’s very exhausting. We have a lot of turns that need a lot of power. The visibility is very difficult and also the snow conditions", said Mayer.