Austrian duo win again
Austrian pair Marcel Hirscher and Anna Fenninger celebrated their overall World Cup success with victories in the final races in Lenzerheide.
Hirscher sealed his third title in a row after a fourth-placed finish in the giant slalom on Saturday, but stormed to victory in the slalom, his favourite event, on Sunday with a combined time of two minutes 7.74 seconds.
He showed no sign of resting on his laurels and raced into the lead with a fine first run before going on to seal success by 0.76secs ahead of Felix Neureuther, with Hirscher's compatriot Mario Matt finishing third.
In the women's giant slalom, Fenninger completed her World Cup season by claiming victory in a time of 2mins 1.28secs, 0.25s ahead of fellow Austrian Eva-Maria Brem, with Jessica Lindell-Vikarby third.