BANSKO, Bulgaria (AP) — Olympic champion Anna Fenninger of Austria added pace to her World Cup title challenge Monday, winning the super-G for her third straight victory in Bansko.
The 25-year-old Fenninger clocked 1 minute, 14.59 seconds, skiing after overall leader Tina Maze and stealing her lead by just 0.16 seconds.
Lindsey Vonn of the United States was third, 0.28 seconds behind Fenninger.
Fenninger gained another 20 points on Maze to narrow the gap to just 44, after wins Monday and in both stages of Sunday’s Alpine combined events.
Skiers raced under clear skies, after fog forced two days of event cancellations and upset some competitors Sunday.