Tessa Worley of France won her third straight women’s World Cup giant Slalom on Tuesday.
Worley finished her two runs on the Panorama course in a combined time of 2 minutes, 9.66 seconds.
Second-place Maria Riesch, who lost by just .62 seconds, overtook Lindsey Vonn at the top of the overall standings. Vonn, the three-time overall World Cup champion, finished seventh.
Worley is two consecutive wins away from the record held by Anja Paerson, who won five GS races in a row in 2004.
Love these strong female athletes!