Great Britain's Jade Etherington wins women's downhill visually impaired race at IPC World Cup

After chalking up her first World Cup win on Tuesday, Great Britain's Jade Etherington and guide Caroline Powell (1:29.58) stood top of the podium again in the women's visually impaired. The pair edged out teammates Kelly Gallagher and Charlotte Evans (1:30.04) into second and the U.S pair of Danelle and Rob Umstead (1:33.13) into third. "We communicated very well today and we felt really good. Happy to win for the second time in two days," Etherington said. Races continue in Tignes on Thursday (30 January) with giant slalom and conclude on Friday (31 January), before skiers head to St. Moritz, Switzerland, from 3-6 February. The IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals will be held in Tarvisio, Italy, from 24-27 February and will be the last opportunity for skiers to compete ahead of Sochi 2014 where alpine skiing competitions begin on 8 March. Rankings are available at