Slovenia's Tina Maze wins silver in the Ladies' Super-G in Whistler
Slovenia's Tina Maze competes in the Ladies' Super-G during the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics in Whistler, Canada on February 20, 2010. Maze took silver with a time of 1:20.63. UPI/Kevin Dietsch.
Tina Maze of Slovenia wrapped up her stellar Alpine season Sunday by rallying to win the women's giant slalom at the World Cup finals in Switzerland.
Teen phenom Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States clinched the women's World Cup slalom crown Saturday by winning Saturday's season-ending race.
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Tina Maze of Slovenia was declared the women's super-G champion Thursday after strong winds in Switzerland cancelled the World Cup Finals racing in the event.
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Lindsey Vonn of the United States and Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal clinched the World Cup downhill titles Wednesday when fog scrubbed the season's final races.
Germany's Maria Hoefl-Riesch and Hannes Reichelt of Austria turned in the fastest times in Tuesday's downhill training sessions for the World Cup Finals.
Tina Maze of Slovenia took the lead in the women's World Cup slalom standings Sunday with a first place in Germany.
Anna Fenninger of Austria won her second World Cup giant slalom of the season Saturday with a 0.44 second win over Slovenian star Tina Maze.
Anna Fenniger of Austria won Sunday's World Cup women's super-G race in Germany.