Austrians on top in Aspen
Kathrin Zettel and Marlies Schild powered to a one-two for Austria in Sunday's World Cup slalom in Aspen.
Zettel overcame her training partner by just 0.67 seconds at the end of their second runs, the 26-year-old finishing in a combined time of one minute 42.46 seconds.
Tina Maze of Slovenia was third, almost two seconds adrift of Zettel's time.
In Lake Louise, Aksel Lund Svindal secured his second World Cup win of the weekend as he powered to victory in the super-G race.
The Norwegian won Saturday's downhill and followed that up with more success 24 hours later to become the first double winner at the Canadian resort since Bode Miller in 2004.
Austria's Stefan Eberharter is the only other man to enjoy a clean sweep in Lake Louise.
Svindal won in a time of one minute 34.96 seconds, 0.85secs clear of France's Adrien Theaux. Joachim Puchner of Austria took third place, just one hundredth of a second ahead of America's Ted Ligety.
Svindal is now top of the overall World Cup standings.