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American skier Breezy Johnson clinched back-to-back podiums in Lake Louise on Friday and Saturday for her first two second-place World Cup finishes.

The 25-year-old slotted in behind Sofia Goggia of Italy, who is the favorite to defend her Olympic championship in Beijing in February. Goggia finished 0.84 seconds ahead of Johnson to become the second active women’s ski racer with 10 World Cup titles in the event.

U.S. star Mikaela Shiffrin finished 26th and 38th in the weekend’s two races, marking her first downhill events in two years.

Skiers will finish off the Lake Louise World Cup stop with the Super-G on Sunday.