Henrik Kristofferson produced the run of his career to date to dislodge first run leader Marcel Hirscher from the lead and win the opening Slalom race of the FIS Audi Alpine World Cup in Levi, Finland. Despite the course being shrouded in fog for much of the race, Kristofferson, trailing by six hundredths after the first run down the Levi Black run, produced one of the runs of the season to win the race. Hirscher had to be content with second place and German Felix Neureuther taking third place. …

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