Austria's Kathrin Zettel won the women's World Cup slalom in dominant style on Sunday, holding off compatriot Marlies Schild.
Kathrin Zettel of Austria clears a gate during the first run of the women's World Cup slalom in Aspen. Zettel won the women's World Cup slalom Sunday, ahead of compatriot Marlies Schild and overall World Cup leader Tina Maze of Slovenia.
World champion Schild was denied a 34th slalom victory, which would match the record in the discipline of Swiss great Vreni Schneider.
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