Lindsey Vonn snapped an eight-race winless streak, captured her record-extending 65th World Cup victory and retook the World Cup super-G standings lead in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, on Sunday.
Vonn prevailed in her former Christmas holiday spot by two tenths of a second over Slovenian Tina Maze. Austrian Anna Fenninger was third. American Julia Mancuso did not start due to illness.
Vonn had not won since Jan. 25, her eight-race drought (including four at the World Championships) matching her longest spell off the top of a podium since 2009.
With her victory in Garmisch, Vonn moved from 32 points behind Fenninger to eight points above the Austrian in the World Cup super-G standings with one race left at the World Cup Finals in Meribel, France, next week.
Vonn, a four-time World Cup overall champion, is looking for her fifth World Cup super-G crystal globe to tie German Katja Seizinger‘s record.
Vonn also notched her 111th World Cup podium finish Sunday, moving into solo second place all time among women. Austrian Annemarie Moser-Proell reached 113 podiums.
The women’s Alpine skiing World Cup continues with Mikaela Shiffrin back in action in a giant slalom and slalom in Are, Sweden, next weekend.
In men’s action Sunday, Norway’s Kjetil Jansrud won a super-G in Kvitfjell, Norway, to clinch the World Cup super-G title, his first career crystal globe. The top American was two-time Olympic medalist Andrew Weibrecht in fifth, matching his best career World Cup finish.
The men’s Alpine skiing World Cup continues with a giant slalom and slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, next weekend.