Downhill 2 medals ceremony - 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals, Sochi

USA's Danelle Umstead, still badly bruised after crashing into the nets in the first downhill event, was overjoyed to win gold the women's visually impaired class in in 1:32.54, guided by her husband Rob.

Russia's Alexandra Frantseva came second in 1:32.57 guided by Pavel Zabotin, and Great Britain's Kelly Gallagher, guided by Charlotte Evans, won bronze in 1:34.39.

With her silver medal, Frantseva still holds on to the overall women's title with 1,000 points. But with two races still to go, Germany's Anna Schaffelhuber, is close behind with 980 points. Her teammate, standing skier Andrea Rothfuss, who won gold on Saturday, is in third place overall with 926 points.

Rothfuss' gold medal was the first time during the last few weeks that she has managed to ski faster than France's Marie Bochet. Rothfuss finished in 1:29.20, whilst Bochet was less than a second behind in 1:30.19. The pair will battle it out agin in the super combined on Sunday (10 March).

In the women's sitting event, Schaffelhuber picked up her second gold in 1:34.33. Austria's Claudia Loesch was second in 1:35.94 and USA's Alana Nichols finished third in 1:37.90.

In the men's overall rankings, standing skier Alexey Bugaev of Russia leads the rankings with 840 points. He is closely followed by Austria's Matthias Lanzinger with 800 points. Visually impaired skier, Jon Santacana Maiztegui of Spain, who won his second gold in downhill on Saturday guided by Miguel Galindo Garces, is in third place in the overall men's rankings with 760 points.

Santacana Maiztegui finished in 1:20.54. Italy's Alessandro Daldoss guided by Davide Riva was second in 1:21.02 and USA's Mark Bathum, guided by Slater Storey, finished third in 1:21.27.

The men's standing event was even closer, with the top three just 0.2 seconds apart. France's Vincent Gauthier-Manuel won his second gold in the discipline in 1:21.95.

Lanzinger was second in 1:22.05 and Bugaev took bronze in 1:22.15.

The men's sitting race was also a thriller with USA's Christopher Devlin-Young taking his first gold of the season in 1:22.58.

The Netherlands' Kees-Jan van der Klooster took silver in 1:23.38 and France's Yohann Taberlet was third in 1:23.54.

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The 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals Sochi is also a test event for the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. The event continues on Sunday with the super combined.

Fans can watch the races live on ParalympicSport.TV and follow the results on @IPCAlpine on Twitter and