While temperatures dropped into the minus 20's at Lake Louise Thursday, Canadian racers struggled to find a solid line and ensure a start number for Friday's downhill that will be destined for success. For the 2nd day in a row, Kitchner, Ontario's Kelly Vanderbeek secured the top Canadian result, finishing 25th with the time of one minute, 1:50.67. The first race women's downhill race of this Olympic season will be held on Friday at 12:30 p.m. followed by a second downhill race on Saturday at the same time. The women will conclude their racing weekend at Lake Louise on Sunday with a super G event starting at 11 a.m.