After a controversial super-G that saw favourite Lindsey Vonn crash amid dodgy weather, the women go Friday into the super-combined event with Tina Maze a firm favourite to win a second gold.
Slovenia's Tina Maze competes during a Ski World Championships women's downhill training event in Schladming, Austria on February 7, 2013. The women go Friday into the super-combined event with Maze a firm favourite to win a second gold.
The Slovenian firebolt is the defending super-combined silver medallist from the last world championships in Garmisch in 2011 and currently leads the World Cup rankings in the discipline which is decided on the aggregate times from one slalom and one downhill run.
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