Alois Vogl tamed the toughest slalom course on the circuit Sunday for his first World Cup victory and the first in the event by a German man in 14 years. Overall World Cup leader Bode Miller skied out in the second leg on the famed Lauberhorn hill.
Austria's Mario Matt won the final World Cup slalom Sundayà¢‚¬his first victory in more than four yearsà¢‚¬and newly crowned overall champion Bode Miller completed a slalom for just the second time this season.
Sarah Schleper of the United States posted her first career World Cup victory in the season's final slalom race Saturday, and Janica Kostelic finished second to close in on overall leader Anja Paerson.
World Cup rookie Bryon Friedman (Park City, UT) took the rest of the field "to school" Friday as he won his first national title, finishing nearly two seconds ahead in capturing the men's downhill on Day One of the Chevrolet U.S. Alpine Championships.