Austrian great Hermann Maier hung up some more big numbers Saturday at World Cup Finals, winning the final giant slalom of the season with Erik Schlopy (Park City, UT) on his tail, finishing second for the second podium of Schlopy's career.
It took almost six and a half hours because of fog in the middle of the Olympic course and it cost the men their final super G of the season, but organizers of World Cup Finals were able to get the women's super G held.
Wearing bib No. 13, Austrian Hermann Maier, who won four World Cup titles last season, added his third crown of the 2001 season Thursday, winning the downhill at World Cup Finals - the 40th victory of his career - to overtake teammate Stephan Eberharter.
Norway's Kjetil Andre Aamodt collected this third consecutive gold medal in combined Tuesday as he held off Austrian Mario Matt after Bode Miller-fourth at the start of the downhill- crashed midway through his race.