Dominik Paris wins the final super-G of the season, officially securing his grasp on the super-G crystal globe for the first time in his career.

Mauro Caviezel trailed Paris by 0.15 hundredths in second, followed by Vincent Kriechmayr in third. Kriechmayr had been trailing Paris in the super-G standings by 44 points going into the final race. While he was unable to surpass the Italian to take the win, Kriechmayr held on to claim second in the final super-G standings.

Kjetil Jansrud finished fourth in Thursday’s race, allowing him to overcome the single point difference between him and his teammate, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, and secure third in the overall standings.

Americans Travis Ganong, Ryan Cochran-Siegle, and River Radamus finished 13th, 16th, and 19th.

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Top 10

  1. Dominik Paris (ITA): 1:20.42
  2. Mauro Caviezel (SUI): +0.15
  3. Vincent Kriechmayr (AUT): +0.44
  4. Kjetil Jansrud (NOR): + 0.58
  5. Christof Innerhofer (ITA): +0.70
  6. Matthais Mayer (AUT): +1.14
  7. Adrian Smiseth Sejersted (NOR): +1.14
  8. Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (NOR): +1.23
  9. Beat Feuz (SUI): +1.25
  10. Christian Walder (AUT): +1.27

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Mackenzie Moran
Staff Writer
- Born and raised in Metro-Detroit, Michigan, Mackenzie grew up ski racing all over the Mitten.​ When s​he moved out west in search of mountains, she attended the University of Oregon, where she achieved degrees in Journalism and Environmental Science. She raced USCSA and was captain of the UO Alpine Ski Team. She currently resides in Salt Lake City and serves as the Women's World Cup Staff Writer for Ski Racing Media.
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