Wednesday, February 14 Women's Slalom TBD Thursday, February 15 Women's Slalom TBD Friday, February 16 Women's Super-G 9 p.m.
As winds hurled snow and debris around on Wednesday afternoon, the sky sometimes looked as if a turbulent (and very dusty) storm cloud had descended upon the earth.
Waldner pointed out that he needs to figure out a way to get three men's races - the combined, downhill and super-G - completed by Friday, because there is only one hotel right by the course, and male skiers need to move out to make way for their female counterparts, whose speed events are supposed to begin Saturday.
"I'm feeling much better, much more like myself", she said on arrival in Pyeongchang, adding that after seeing a sports psychologist she has been able to re-focus.
Female Alpine skiers aren't the only ones who have dealt with weather issues at the 2018 Olympics.
"I've spent a lot of today walking backwards", said British Olympics visitor Elliott Edmonson.
But tomorrow will see the men take to the men's downhill while the women tackle the giant slalom. That is something to which she is accustomed: World Cup races frequently are held on consecutive days, and twice this season she went three days in a row.
The start of Wednesday's slalom was initially postponed 30 minutes, then an hour, before race officials finally made the decision to postpone, as winds were supposed to pick up later in the day.
The slalom runs take place Tuesday evening in the USA, and in the early hours of the morning in the United Kingdom and Europe on Wednesday-with the start scheduled for 10:15 a.m. local time. "She's so balanced, dynamic, intense and focused, so for me, I think she's got a chance in any event she skis in". "We have a great gym and space to eat and take plenty of naps, so I'll use this time to recharge". She also won a FIS race at Levi in November.
Switzerland's Holdener was second at last year's world championships while Sweden's Hansdotter came in third place.
The men's combined was on Tuesday won by Austria's Marcel Hirscher. They could reduce the length of the downhill by about 20 seconds and shorten the slalom by 10 gates. According to Rubinroit, Shiffrin could become the first woman to capture back-to-back golds in the slalom.