ST. MORITZ, Switzerland — Tina Maze of Slovenia won her third race of the season by finishing first in both runs of a World Cup super-combined event Friday, while Lindsey Vonn failed to finish.
Vonn was fourth in the super-G but lost control of a ski during an early turn in her slalom run and failed to finish.
Maze extended her lead in the overall standings by finishing in an aggregate time of 2 minutes, 1.76 seconds after the Super-G and slalom. She defeated Nicole Hosp of Austria by 0.88, while Kathrin Zettel of Austria was 1.08 behind in third.
Julia Mancuso of the United States was fifth after the Super-G, but slipped to 11th after posting the 23rd-fastest time in the slalom. World super-combined champion Anna Fenninger of Austria was seventh, 1.90 behind Maze. Bend’s Laurenne Ross finished 25th with a time of 2:06.13.
Maze finished runner-up to overall champion Vonn last season without winning a race. She now leads the American by 187 points despite Vonn’s three straight wins last week at Lake Louise, Alberta.