Dominik Paris becomes first man to win four times on the Stelvio

Italian takes downhill-super G double in Bormio, beating Matthias Mayer by 0.01s.

Italy’s Dominik Paris added super-G success to yesterday’s downhill win to thrill the home support in Lombardy and become the most decorated male skier on the Stelvio. It’s 29-year-old Paris’s second World Cup victory in a super-G. Paris has also won nine downhill World Cup events. Paris clocked 1m 29.95s on the icy piste, limiting the damage in the technical parts putting him into fifth place on 366 points.. Norway’s Aleksander Aamodt Kilde took out third place, 0.46s off the pace.

Norwegian Aksel Lund Svindal retains super-G World Cup standings lead despite finishing way outside top 10, and Austrian Marcel Hirscher is still in overall lead on 620 points.

Top 10 race

1. Dominik Paris (Italy) 1:29.95
2. Matthias Mayer (Austria) +0.01
3. Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (Norway) 0.46
4. Vincent Kriechmayr (Austria) +0.50
5. Max Franz (Austria) +0.80
6. Beat Feuz (Switzerland) +0.86
7. Adrian Smiseth Sejersted (Norway) +0.94
8. Johan Clarey (France) +1.20
9. Mauro Caviezel (Switzerland) +1.23
10. Josef Ferstl (Germany) +1.34

Top 10 overall FIS World Cup

1. Marcel Hirscher (Austria) 620
2. Max Franz (Austria) 408
3. Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (Norway) 392
4. Aksel Lund Svindal (Norway) 370
5. Dominik Paris (Italy) 366
6. Beat Feuz (Switwerland) 353
7. Henrik Kristoffersen (Norway) 352
8. Vincent Kriechmayr (Austria) 336
9. Mauro Caviezel (Switzerland) 330
10. Loïc Meillard (Switzerland) 321

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