Switzerland's Fabienne Suter has continued her run of success in the World Cup in Bulgaria, racing to second place in the women's super-G contest.
The podium place, her third in as many days, has taken her to the top of the super-G standings for the World Cup. She has 376 points, while Lindsey Vonn of the United States is second with 361 points.
Vonn dominated the race on Sunday in Bansko with a time of one minute, 14.49 seconds.
Suter followed 0.58 seconds behind, and in third place, Tina Maze of Slovenia was 0.91 seconds back.
The 24-year-old from central Switzerland won first place in the first downhill race on Friday and clocked in at third place in the second downhill on Saturday.
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