Shriffin wins in Switzerland

Mikaela Shiffrin produced another dominant display at Lenzerheide on Saturday to claim her fifth World Cup slalom victory of the season.

The Olympic champion in the discipline clocked a combined time of two minutes 4.54 seconds over two runs to finish 1.44secs ahead of nearest rival Frida Hansdotter in Switzerland.

Swede Hansdotter completed her runs in 2:05.98, with Austria's Marlies Schild coming third (2:06.20).

American Shiffrin, who celebrated her 19th birthday on Thursday, clinched the World Cup slalom title with her win in Are, Sweden last week.

A fourth-placed finish in the giant slalom was enough to see Marcel Hirscher clinch the overall World Cup title for the third year in succession.

The Austrian needed 19 points to overtake Norwegian Aksel Lund Svindal at the top of the standings, and scored 50 after his combined time of 2:15.90 was enough for a top-four placing.

Svindal failed to finish his first run at the Swiss resort, effectively ending his title challenge.

American Ted Ligety won the race, completing his two runs in 2:15.63 to finish a fraction ahead of France's Alexis Pinturault (2:15.66) and Felix Neureuther of Germany (2:15.89).