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Topic - Felix Neureuther
Marcel Hirscher beat Felix Neureuther in a testy Austria vs. Germany duel for the World Cup slalom title on Sunday.
The powerful Austria team justified its reputation Sunday with Austrian prodigies Marcel Hirscher and Anna Fenninger sweeping the last races and titles, in slalom and giant slalom, respectively.
Marcel Hirscher and Ted Ligety ensured the standout Austria and United States teams both emerged winners on a thrilling Saturday at Alpine skiing's World Cup Finals.
Marcel Hirscher clinched his third straight overall World Cup title on Saturday but couldn't prevent Ted Ligety from winning his fifth season-long giant slalom trophy.
Felix Neureuther overcame a pre-Olympic car crash to win a World Cup slalom on Sunday, giving himself pole position in the fight for the season's discipline title.
Marcel Hirscher of Austria has won just about everything there is to win on a race hill.
Flip the switch. After eight daytime races, the Sochi Olympics' last two events are after hours and under lights.
Felix Neureuther could skip Wednesday's Olympic giant slalom after getting whiplash from a car crash in Germany.
Norwegian teenager Henrik Kristoffersen upset the Olympic slalom favorites by winning a World Cup night race on Tuesday.
Felix Neureuther of Germany won the slalom of the classic Hahnenkamm event in heavy snow on Friday in a repeat of his first World Cup victory here four years ago.
Alexis Pinturault of France soared from seventh place after the first run to win a World Cup slalom on Sunday.
Felix Neureuther of Germany is in contention for a weekend World Cup double, posting the second-fastest time in the first run of Sunday's slalom.
Felix Neureuther overcame a big first-run deficit to win a World Cup giant slalom on Saturday for his second straight victory in 2014 as the Sochi Olympics approaches.
One month before the Sochi Olympics, Felix Neureuther broke the monopoly of Alpine giant slalom's big three favorites on Saturday.
Defending champion Ted Ligety and Bode Miller skied out of their runs on the bumpy course of the World Cup giant slalom race won by Felix Neureuther of Germany on Saturday.
"The best won and it was Marcel," said Neureuther, soon 30 and denied his first season-long title. "A very, very tough end."
"People think that we are not good skiers," he said. "We need more people to watch TV and then our sport can survive."