Tina Maze recorded her sixth victory of the season and 17th overall.
Tina Maze recorded her sixth victory of the season and 17th overall.
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ST. ANTON, Austria (AP) -- Tina Maze of Slovenia reached another milestone in her stellar season on Sunday by winning her first super-G and becoming the sixth female skier to win a World Cup race in all five Alpine disciplines.

In perfect, sunny conditions, Maze attacked the Karl Schranz course in impressive style to time 1 minute, 16.55 seconds and edge Anna Fenninger of Austria by 0.04.

It was the sixth victory of the season and 17th overall for Maze, who was on a super-G podium eighth times before without winning one.

Fabienne Suter of Switzerland trailed Maze by 0.99 and beat defending overall champion Lindsey Vonn by 0.01 for third place.

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