Men's world downhill delayed by poor visibility

ST MORITZ, Switzerland (Reuters) - Poor visibility forced the cancellation of the blue riband men's downhill at the Alpine skiing world championships on Saturday.

Low clouds descended over the 2,774m course shortly before the scheduled 1100 GMT start and despite sun shining elsewhere on the surrounding peaks, they would not disperse.

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