Tina Maze won her third straight World Cup giant slalom on Sunday to extend her lead in the overall standings.
The Slovenian clocked a time of 2:11.07 seconds.
This victory means she now has 677 points, giving her a comfortable 234 point lead ahead of Germany’s Maria Hoefl-Riesch.
American Lindsey Vonn is third, a further 29 points behind, the defending champion placed 27th after almost crashing out.
In second place was the Olympic champion Viktoria Rebensburg. The German finished 0.08 seconds adrift.
France’s Tessa Worley finished third, 0.55 seconds behind the leader.
Tina Maze wins giant slalom to extend World Cup lead