Vail's Lindsey Vonn Wins Again

 AL D'ISERE, France — Lindsey Vonn moved back to the top of the World Cup standings Sunday with another dominant performance in Val d'Isere, winning a super-combined race the day after a masterful downhill.  Vonn had the fastest time in the super-G in the morning and followed it up with an assured slalom run in the afternoon.  The victory gave Vonn 581 points in the overall standings, three more than rival Maria Riesch of Germany. Austria's Elisabeth Goergl is far behind in third with 366.  The three-time defending overall champion captured her third win this season, all in different disciplines. She won a downhill on Saturday after a super-G victory over Riesch at Lake Louise, Alberta, this month.  It was a good day for American skiers, with Ted Ligety winning his third straight giant slalom race at Alta Badia in Italy to take the lead in the men's overall standings.  Vonn's second straight victory came a day after she was honored as the 2010 Female Athlete of the Year as chosen by members of The Associated Press.  Vonn started her career by training with Ski & Snowboard Club of Vail in her high school days. 

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