Switzerland's Didier Cuche competes in the Men's Super G in Whistler
Switzerland's Didier Cuche competes in the Men's Super G during the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics at Whistler Creekside in Whistler, Canada on February 19, 2010. UPI/Kevin Dietsch
American skiing star Lindsey Vonn, who won 12 races and the women's overall World Cup title, topped the FIS cup money list for both men and women in 2012.
Italian skier Christof Innerhofer claimed the final super-giant slalom race of the season in Austria and Marcel Hirscher tightened the overall standings.
Aksel Lund Svindal claimed the ski season's final downhill race Wednesday and Klaus Kroell wrapped up the 2012 World Cup downhill title.
Klaus Kroell of Austria took a slim lead in the men's World Cup standings Saturday with a narrow win over Norway's Kjetil Jansrud at Kvitjell.
The World Cup men's super-G race in Norway Friday ended with Beat Feuz of Switzerland and Austria's Klaus Kroell in a rare tie for first place.
Austrian veteran Benni Raich won his first World Cup Alpine event in three years Saturday by capturing the men's super G in Switzerland.
Defending World Cup super-giant slalom champion Didier Cuche picked up his first super-G title of the season Friday in Switzerland.
Jan Hudec took first place and Canadian teammate Erik Guay placed third in Saturday's World Cup men's downhill in Chamonix, France.
Klaus Kroell of Austria nipped American Bode Miller by 0.01 seconds to win the FIS Audi World Cup men's downhill in France Friday.
Didier Cuche of Switzerland didn't have to leave the lodge Thursday to wrap up the season championship on the men's World Cup super-G.