Erik Guay made the most of fierce gusts of wind, fog, snow and poor visibility on Thursday to finish runnerup behind Austrian winner Hannes Reichelt in a tough whirlwind World Cup super-G on the Birds of Prey course in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Guay finished a tiny .04 seconds behind Reichelt.Starting 17th, Guay faced more snow on the course than the earlier starters, but knew he had delivered a good run immediately upon crossing the finish line, where he punched the air in enthusiasm. “It was so windy up there. It was snowing like crazy and blowing even more,” Guay said.