Thomas Dressen gained an early edge in the men's Alpine combined event, finishing first in the combined downhill on Tuesday.
The German finished the course in one minute, 19.24 seconds, just 0.07 seconds ahead of Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal.
Inclement weather has been a storyline throughout the Olympics, with multiple events delayed and qualifying canceled completely in some instances. Tuesday's downhill wasn't immune to the problem, with race officials using the starting gate reserved for the super-G, thus shortening the course somewhat.
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