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
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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