2018 Olympian Harry Laidlaw has recorded his best ever World Championship performance, with a 25th place finish in the giant slalom in in Courchevel Méribel, France.
In the first run Laidlaw had the 28th fastest time in 1:23.78 seconds, 4.31 seconds behind Marco Schwarz of Austria.
Laidlaw had a much improved second run, recording the 22nd fastest time of the round, 1.92 seconds behind the fastest time.
His two-run combined time of 2:39.50 put him in 25th place overall, with Swiss skier Marco Odermatt recording victory.
Making his World Championship debut in the technical events at the World Championships was Louis Muhlen-Schulte, who finished in 26th in the parallel event, but was unable to finish his first run in the giant slalom and slalom events.
Snow Australia skier Hugh McAdam also made his debut, with a did not finish in run two in giant slalom, and missed a gate with a disqualification in the first run of the slalom.
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