Slovenia's Tina Maze wins World Cup super-G
Becomes 6th skier to win in all 5 Alpine disciplines
Tina Maze of Slovenia won a super-G Sunday and became the sixth female skier to win a World Cup race in all five Alpine disciplines.
Maze timed 1 minute, 16.55 seconds in perfect conditions on the Karl Schranz course in St. Anton, Austria to edge second-place Anna Fenninger of Austria by 0.04 for her sixth victory of the season and 17th overall.
Fabienne Sutter of Switzerland trailed Maze by 0.99 and beat defending overall champion Lindsey Vonn by 0.01 for third place.
Vonn as well as Austria's Petra Kronberger, Sweden's Pernilla Wiberg, Croatia's Janica Kostelic and Sweden's Anja Paerson previously achieved the discipline sweep.
Maze extended her lead in the overall standings to 545 points over Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany. Vonn is 785 points behind the Slovenian in fifth.