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Lichtenstein's Tina Weirather won the women's super-G in Germany Friday. Veterans Julia Mancuso of the United States and Tina Maze of Slovenia tied for second.
Tina Maze of Slovenia won the women's World Cup super-combined in France Sunday by nearly a full second over Austrian Nicole Hosp.
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Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany overcame a glitch in her downhill and roared back to win the women's super-combined at the Alpine World Championships in Austria.
Slovenia's Tina Maze notched her third Alpine World Cup victory of the young season Friday, winning the women's super combined at St. Moritz.
Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany scored a narrow win over Lindsey Vonn in Sunday's World Cup super-combined at St. Moritz, Switzerland.
Fabienne Sutter claimed her second super G victory Thursday in Italy but Lindsey Vonn's second-place finish all-but wrapped up the Audi FIS World Cup title.
American Lindsey Vonn was declared the winner of the women's downhill at the World Cup finals in Italy Wednesday despite a weather-related cancellation.
Swedish skier Anja Paerson won a super-combined title in Switzerland Sunday over German Maria Riesch and American Lindsey Vonn.