Lindsey Vonn (USA) finished first in Saturday’s Downhill, but could not find her rhythm in Sunday’s Super-G. Vonn finished with a time of 1:17.25. Her teammate Julia Mancuso finished 5th.
In the Women’s Super G, while the day belonged to Lindsey Vonn claiming her 63rd win, world Cup leader Tina Maze (SLO) ranks up more World Cup points in a dominating season.
In the Women’s Super G, As Lindsey Vonn Claims her 63rd win, Anna Fenninger (AUT) finishes second, .83 seconds behind, and still leads Vonn in the Super G stands by 16 points.
In the Women’s Super G, Daniela Merighetti (ITA) gets the worst of it, taking a gate to the face, then Dominique Gisin (SUI) wipess out hard and Marion Rolland (FRA) flies into the netting and had to be carried away.
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