11/28/2014 02:09 EST | Updated 01/28/2015 05:59 EST

Heavy snow scraps training again for men's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. - Heavy snow wiped out training for a second straight day at the season-opening World Cup downhill at Lake Louise.

About 19 1/2 inches of snow have fallen in the mountain parks west of Calgary over two days. Workers need extra time to groom the race course for Saturday's downhill. A super-G is scheduled for Sunday.

Norway's Kjetil Jansrud was fastest during the first training run Wednesday.