Marco Sullivan is the lone remaining American to compete. Travis Ganong remains in third at 2:06.64.
Still have 34 skiers to go.
2:06.52 for Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway, putting him third, knocking Ganong to fourth, and meaning no medal for USA in men's downhill.
So that means the next shot at any American medals will be Jamie Anderson and Karly Shorr when they compete in the women's slopestyle finals that begin at 4:15 a.m. ET. Shorr will go sixth, Anderson 10th, in the two-run event, with top three best scores earning medals.
Italian Christof Innerhofer has surged into the silver position at 2:06.29; Austrian Mattias Mayer remains in first and Norways Kjetil Jansrud holds third, 27 skiers left to compete.
20 skiers to go; it's still Mayer, Innerhofer and Jansrud in the medal positions.
The men's downhill is complete, with your winner: Austrian Matthias Mayer. Americans Travis Ganong (5th), Bode Miller (8), Steve Nyman (27th) and Marco Sullivan (30th) failed to medal.
Silver went to Christof Innerhofer of Italy and bronze to Norway's Kjetil Jansrud.
Stay tuned now for women's slopestyle finals, starting in about 12 minutes. American's Jamie Anderson and Karly Shorr are two of the 12 finalists.