SPOILER ALERT: results in for Olympic super-combined

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More disappointment for the US Men's Ski Team at the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.

No medals again for Bode Miller and Ted Ligety in the super-combined event Friday.

The weather may have been an issue for the Americans. Temperatures climbed to 55 degrees, turning the snow to slush.

Sandro Viletta of Switzerland stunned the favorites and won the super-combined title, finishing the two-run combined time of 2 minutes, 45.20 seconds.

Ivica Kostelic of Croatia took the silver medal, 0.34 behind, and Christof Innerhofer of Italy took bronze, 0.47 behind.

The medalists were determined by adding the times together from one downhill run and one slalom leg.

Miller, the defending champion, made a big mistake during his run and finished sixth, while world champion Ted Ligety had a ragged slalom leg and placed 12th.