First up was a super-g, with Small finishing in 54th place. In the downhill on day two Small finished 43rd, and in the third and final event on Sunday, Small recorded a did not finish in the second super-g at the Austrian resort.
One week earlier in Adelboden, Switzerland, 2018 Olympian Harry Laidlaw made a successful return to competition in his first event of the season after recovering from injury , finishing in 38th place in the World Cup giant slalom race.
The result is just one place behind his best World Cup finish of 37th which he achieved in January 2023 in Schladming, Austria.
Joining Laidlaw in the Adelboden giant slalom event was Louis Muhlen-Schulte, with the 2022 Olympian finishing in 45th place.
Technical event skier Madi Hoffman competed in a number of World Cup events over the Christmas-New Year period. First was a 37th place finish in the slalom in Courchevel, France, on December 21, followed by a 50th place in a World Cup giant slalom in Lienz, Austria a week later.
In the new year Hoffman raced in the World Cup at Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, but did not finish in the slalom.