Gisin edges Vonn and Mancuso in Super G

Swiss skier Dominique Gisin has won the Super-G in Crans Montana, ahead of Olympic stars, Lindsey Vonn and Julia Mancuso.

This content was published on March 7, 2010 - 11:22

Switzerland’s Nadia Styger finished fourth, missing a spot on the podium by only 0.06 seconds.

It was Gisin’s first ever Super G win on the World Cup circuit, and was a welcome comeback for a skier plagued by injury and mishap this season. In January, she damaged her knee during a race and underwent an operation.

She was able to take part in the Vancouver Olympics and made it into the headlines – not for victory but a spectacular crash near the finish line in the downhill event. She was badly shaken but suffered no serious injuries.

In a men's Super G event in Kvitfjell, Norway, Switzerland's Tobias Gruenenfelder tied for third with Olympic champion Aksel Lund Svindal.

The race was won by Canada's Erik Guay. Austria's Hannes Reichelt was second. and agencies

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