Feuz leads Miller after downhill
Beat Feuz leads Bode Miller in the opening downhill of the Wengen World Cup super-combined in Switzerland.
The Swiss set a time of a minute 50.45 seconds on the shortened 3.1km Lauberhorn ahead of the afternoon slalom.
Olympic super-combined champion Miller was 0.78s behind.
Adrien Theaux of France was third with Christof Innherhofer of Italy fourth.
World champion Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway was down in 16th, 2.3s off the leader's pace, while slalom specialist Ivica Kostelic of Croatia - defending his World Cup super-combined title - was 23rd, almost three seconds behind Feuz.