12/03/2016 16:41 EST | Updated 12/04/2017 00:12 EST

Slovenia's Stuhec doubles up on downhill victories at Lake Louise

Ilka Stuhec of Slovenia won her second women's World Cup downhill in as many days at Lake Louise on Saturday.

The course was shortened because of deteriorating visibility.

Stuhec's winning time was one minute 24.95 seconds.

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Defending overall World Cup champion Laura Gut of Switerland was second in 1:25.06. Edit Miklos of Hungary placed third in 1:25.38.

Valerie Grenier of Mont-Tremblant, Que., was the top Canadian in 16th.

The Lake Louise World Cup concludes Sunday with the super-G.