Strong winds led to the ladies FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup giant slalom in Courchevel being cancelled on Tuesday.
Italian Sofia Goggia held a lead of 0.02 seconds over compatriot Federica Brignone when the weather prevented the event from being concluded.
Nineteen skiers had descended when the race was postponed at 12:20 local time.
The athletes had agreed to restart proceedings at a reserve position 70 metres down the slope, but the wind did not die down for a restart.
A replacement location and time for the race has not yet been confirmed.