The women charged Saturday as fans gathered for the second downhill of the Lake Louise Winterstart World Cup presented by Husky. A clear sky covered the panoramic Rockies scenery as some sixty of the world's best downhill racers faced tough and changing conditions. America's Lindsey C. Kildow took top honors with a time of 1:49.51 and a slim lead of three hundredths of a second. Kelly Vanderbeek, from Kitchener (ON), skied to Canada's top performance with a time of one minute, 50.50 seconds. Fernie (BC)'s Emily Brydon, who didn't make it in the Top-30 in Friday's downhill race skied to the 39th rank, with a time of 1.52.17.