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Wengen World Cup slalom won by Kostelic

Croatia’s Ivica Kostelic has won the World Cup slalom of Wengen ahead of Sweden’s André Myhrer and Germany’s Fritz Dopfer.

This content was published on January 15, 2012 - 15:24
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The best placed Swiss skier in Sunday’s event was Markus Vogel who finished 17th.

It is the third straight World Cup slalom victory for the 32-year-old Kostelic at the Swiss alpine resort.

He also won Friday’s super combined event – a downhill and a slalom – in Wengen.

Saturday’s classic Lauberhorn downhill race saw Switzerland’s Beat Feuz clocking the top performance ahead of Hannes Reichelt of Austria. Feuz took second place in the combined event.

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