Maze ends the season in style
Tina Maze completed a record-breaking season by winning the World Cup giant slalom race in Lenzerheide.
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The Slovenian, already the overall, giant slalom and super-G champion, finished her two runs in a combined two minutes and 16.67 seconds to finish 0.35secs ahead of France's Tessa Worley, with Lara Gut of Switzerland third.
The win meant Maze finished the season with a record 2,414 points in the overall standings, well ahead of the previous best of 1,980, set last season by Lindsey Vonn, and more than double the total of her nearest rival, Germany's Maria Hoefl-Riesch, who had 1,101.
German Felix Neureuther won the men's slalom race ahead of World Cup winner Marcel Hirscher.
Neureuther completed his two runs 0.36secs ahead of his rival, with Croatian Ivica Kostelic in third.